Today, the team behind eXo Cloud IDE showed off their lovely looking Java debugger for developing apps in the cloud. Truly a unique piece of kit, the Java debugger allows you to run and debug Java apps right from your browser. You can set breakpoints and inspect requests and variables as well, putting it on a par with Eclipse in that respect. Currently in beta mode, we can expect bigger things in the coming weeks. This 2 minute video shows the debugger at work, which you can look at by creating an account at http://cloud-ide.com
A new project aiming to extend Java’s capabilities has appeared, with exclusive features like Telnet/SSH connectivity and extensive command options.
A proposed API for accessing social networking information can only be a good thing right?
PLUS, proposal for CDI 1.1 posted and JRuby 1.6.0 released.
I think users of Jenkins and Hudson will tend to benefit from the increased energy and having a choice.
Amazons announcement gave us the opportunity to make the web-based IDE of eXo Platform easily available.
PLUS, what’s coming up in ECF 3.5 and Snooks 1.4 released.
PLUS, bug fixes for Lucene Java 3.0.3 and 2.9.4.
JAXenter speaks with Chief Executive Officer of eXo Platform, Benjamin Mestrallet on the recently-announced eXo Platform 3.0.
eXo have announced eXo Web Content Management (WCM) 2.0. eXo WCM is a tool for creating, publishing and managing web […]
GateIn version 3.0 is now available to download. The GateIn open source portal framework, is a collaborative effort between eXo […]