ZeroTurnaround and Genuitec have collaborated to create JRebel for MyEclipse.
Microsoft announced the release of Visual Studio LightSwitch 2011 on Tuesday -- which is described as a "simplified self-service development tool" that allows for the creation of.NET applications that can be deployed to the desktop, Web or Azure cloud.
Potix Corporation has just made its ZK Studio integrated development environment (IDE) available as an Eclipse plug-in.
A quick look at new/upgraded Agile products from Mendix, Collabnet and Zero Wait-State.
Attachmate, the company that acquired Novell earlier this year and then laid off virtually all members of the company's Mono team, is now partnering with Xamarin, the startup created by members of that team to continue commercial support of the Mono Project.
Genuitec and Skyway Software today released a new IDE -- MyEclipse Bling -- aimed at IBM shops adopting Spring in their WebSphere-deployable applications.
CollabNet recently announced a new version of its TeamForge Agile software development platform new social coding collaboration features, among other changes.
Internet Explorer 10 platform preview 2 was announced on Wednesday.
Yesterday saw the release of Swiffy, a development tool from Google Labs that allows SWF files (used in Flash elements) to be converted to HTML 5.
This year's synchronized simultaneous launch of multiple Eclipse projects is the biggest yet, involving the work of 408 developers and 49 organizations contributing to 62 projects.
There are clouds on the horizon for Java -- or there better be, says Rod Johnson, founder of the Spring framework and senior vice president of the Application Platform Division at VMware.
The new CloudBees Ecosystem is designed to bring cloud-based services from the company's partners directly to developers within the CloudBees platform.
Adobe's Flash Platform is moving aggressively into the realm of mobile development, having added the ability in its latest release to build apps for iOS and BlackBerry devices.
Oracle released a major upgrade of its venerable JDeveloper Java IDE this week, along with an update of the Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF).
In a move that could have implications for the entire mobile development community, developers of apps for Apple's iOS mobile platform are being accused of patent violation and ordered to pay up.