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Sybase Develops Open Source WorkSpace 1.5 for Eclipse

WorkSpace 1.5 Offers Eclipse-Based Design and Development Tools

Sybase has announced that is plans to make WorkSpace 1.5, a unified Eclipse-based application development environment in an integrated, open-source framework, available in June.

Sybase WorkSpace seamlessly combines data development, Web applications, services-oriented development of application (SODA) and mobile development with enterprise modeling, the company says. New functionality in Sybase WorkSpace 1.5 includes a Web application development component, increased support for database development and industry-leading packaging and licensing.

 The new Web application development tooling combines JavaServer Faces with Sybase’s patented
DataWindow technology, enabling developers to reduce the complexity of designing sophisticated Web applications.
Sybase WorkSpace 1.5 is also the first commercial development environment to offer modular packaging, according to Sybase, "enabling customers to buy only the pieces they need to customize their environment."

“Eclipse has inspired the way Sybase delivers tooling,” said Kathleen Schaub, vice president, infrastructure platform group for Sybase.  “With Sybase WorkSpace 1.5, our customers can now customize their development environment to easily meet their increasingly sophisticated business requirements.”

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