The developer tools JBoss and Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio have appeared in version 4.2. Both require the latest version of Eclipse Luna or 4.4.
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Four months on from the last version, the team behind JBoss Tools and Developer Studio are set to build upon their work.
More than a year on from the last big release, the JBoss community’s set of Eclipse plugins gets a well-needed update in 3.3. Their no-fuss distribution, Developer Studio 5.0 gets a final release too
With a final release set for the end of June, a sneak peek at JBoss Tools and Developer Studio is now available through a release candidate
The latest beta for JBoss’s Eclipse distro arrives, accommodating a number of enhancements to vital plugins
Following on from yesterday’s video that demonstration shows the installation and Aerogear’s POH5 or HTML5 archetype. This demo drills into the Java EE 6 Web Project and Arquillian for automated integration testing. Originally from JBoss Developer
This video walks you through the installation of JBoss Developer Studio 5, uses the JBoss Central HTML5 archetype, introduces the Mobile BrowserSim to demonstrate an application that supports both desktop & mobile UIs and finally uploads it all to OpenShift for testing on real devices.
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