Friday, December 02, 2005

Eclipse developers to get AJAX access

Source: LinuxWorld


Developers accustomed to the Eclipse open source tools platform will have access to AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript plus XML) functionality from Genuitec.

The company in December plans to ship MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 4.1, a new version of Genuitec's J2EE IDE that is built on the Eclipse platform and offers support for developing with AJAX. JavaScript editing and debugging are featured.

The AJAX support is being billed by Genuitec as a first step in offering Web 2.0 development capabilities. Web 2.0 refers to an industry effort to transition the Web from a collection of static Web sites to a platform for applications.

"With the AJAX tools, that is our first step into Web 2.0 tooling," said Wayne Parrott, vice president of product development at Genuitec.

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