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RedHat Releases Exadel Studio Plugins as Open Source

| by Scott Delap Follow 0 Followers on Jun 25, 2007. Estimated reading time: less than one minute |

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Today JBoss introduced the Exadel Eclipse plug-ins to its JBoss Tools project. InfoQ previously reported on the open sourcing of Exadel Studio Pro back in April. The JBoss Tools project encompasses the former JBoss IDE project, Hibernate Tools, JBoss jBPM Tools, Drools IDE, JBoss Application Server Tools, and new JBoss Seam Tools, among others. It also includes Ajax4jsf and RichFaces which were contributed by Exadel earlier this year.

Key features of the Exadel plug-ins include:

  • Two-way visual (WYSIWYG) and source editing of JavaServer Faces (JSF) and Facelets pages;
  • Support for JBoss Ajax4jsf, JBoss RichFaces, and JBoss Seam components;
  • Drag and drop capabilities between project navigator, component palette, and Visual Page Editor windows;
  • Extended code assist for JSF and Seam projects; and
  • Support for easily adding Ajax capabilities to projects using JBoss RichFaces and Ajas4JSF using a palette and code assist.

The introduction of the Exadel plug-ins is the first step toward delivering Red Hat Developer Studio, an open source integrated development environment (IDE), later this summer. Exadel plug-ins are licensed under the Eclipse Public License (EPL).

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JBoss.org Introduces Exadel Eclipse Plug-ins into Open Source by Max Andersen

Hi Scott,

I would like to clarify that we haven't yet actually done a *release*, but "just" introduced the Exadel Eclipse plug-in set into open source on jboss.org.

The precise text is at labs.jboss.com/announcement/

Thank you.

Re: JBoss.org Introduces Exadel Eclipse Plug-ins into Open Source by Guo Xiaogang

The 404 from jboss.org/tools/ is really bad. Did you actually mean labs.jboss.org/tools/ ?

Re: JBoss.org Introduces Exadel Eclipse Plug-ins into Open Source by Max Andersen

No, I really meant jboss.org/tools - it currently redirects to labs.jboss.org/tools (at least it should)

Re: JBoss.org Introduces Exadel Eclipse Plug-ins into Open Source by Martin Gilday

It seems it only forwards without the tailing slash. i.e jboss.org/tools works, jboss.org/tools/ does not. The latter is used in the article.

Re: JBoss.org Introduces Exadel Eclipse Plug-ins into Open Source by Max Andersen

Yeah, I've already sent some bribe to IT to get it fixed. Should be fixed soon, sorry for the hassle.

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