Genuitec Bridges Eclipse, NetBeans, Visual Studio Development
Genuitec's SNAPs enable NetBeans and Visual Studio developers to use MyEclipse components.Genuitec is helping to bridge the worlds of Java and Microsoft Visual Studio development with its new Simple Non-integrated Applications tools for Sun Microsystems NetBeans and for Visual Studio. Genuitec, of Flower Mound, Texas, announced the availability of new SNAPs "Use-Anywhere" connectors for the NetBeans and Visual Studio IDEs (integrated development environments). The new offerings enable NetBeans and Visual Studio developers to use Genuitecs MyEclipse Visual HTML Designer, XML Editor, Database Explorer and Image Editor SNAPs directly in their own environment. However, the MyEclipse "Use-Anywhere" connectors for NetBeans and Visual Studio both require the All-in-One installation of MyEclipse 5.5M1 Enterprise Workbench, Genuitec officials said. Read more here about Genuitecs SNAPs.
Genuitecs new offerings extend the companys reach beyond its Eclipse platform base and into NetBeans and Visual Studio territory.