JBoss Developer Studio 5 M5 unveiled with early access opportunity
Red Hat’s full fledged standalone Eclipse based IDE is ready for its latest preview – making it even easier to get creating.
It was a busy holiday period for JBoss, as they put the
finishing touches to the latest JBoss Tools 3 M5 release. Not long
after, a New Year gift has surfaced as the JBoss Developer Studio
charges towards Version No.5.
Max Rydahl Andersen revealed that the website had received an
update, promoting an Early Access version which will hopefully make
improvements for the community on the JBoss Enterprise Platform,
ahead of the full release. The number of
issues resolved is quite staggering.
He also recapped some of the new features within
JBoss Tools 3 M5, which can be used Red Hat’s Eclipse-based
IDE, including an Universal Installer which works on all supported
platforms. This means you no longer need to consider which OS to
pick – it installs all the relevant materials all for you.
An easier start-up method and central hub has also been provided
by JBoss Central, allowing you select a new project at the click of
You can also use JBoss Central Software/Update page to
install additional features and 3rd party plugins such as JRebel,
FindBugs, SVN and others.
But one of the key draws to JBoss Developer Studio is the
bonus of now being able to create OpenShift applications
directly and be able to get developing with Java EE and other
OpenShift technologies in the cloud. As the video below
If you’re wanting to try out the Early Access version,
get in touch via the website now!