JetBrains, the Prague-based creator of code-centric Java IDE IntelliJ IDEA, this week took the wraps off the upcoming version of its flagship development environment.
Java clustering infrastructure provider Terracotta has added native search capability to its Ehcache product line.
Well-integrated environment from SapphireSteel lets .NET developers create Flex applications for the Flash platform.
The first milestone release of the 2.2 version of Google Plugin for Eclipse (GPE) is now available for download.
The future of Java under the stewardship of Oracle will be shaped by that company's business model, say Forrester Research analysts.
Microsoft today highlighted some of its interoperability accomplishments reflected with the release of the open source Drupal 7 content management (CM) system.
Microsoft this week released a free version of its Internet Information Server (IIS) Web server, called IIS Express 7.5.
Google announced on Tuesday that it plans to support open video codecs in its Chrome Web browser going forward, and it will drop support for the H.264 video codec.
Mule ESB 3.1 adds new orchestration features, a new management console and new collaborative capabilities.
Last month's general availability of Oracle's MySQL 5.5 is a significant release.
Java Platform as a Service (PaaS) company CloudBees has acquired Stax Networks, the two companies disclosed this week.
Silverlight 5 offers improvements targeted at premium media experiences and enterprise apps, according to Microsoft. The public beta is slated for the first half of 2011.
Sonatype today released an integrated development suite for Maven-centric Java development featuring Maven, Nexus Professional, Hudson and m2eclipse, plus integration with Maven Central.
A software development tools maker headquartered in the Czech Republic may be the first vendor to release an IDE that supports Rails 3.0.
Oracle is planning to offer two versions of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) sometime in the future, one free and one a commercial "premium" version, a company spokesperson said last week.