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Visual Editor for UltraLightClient and Eclipse 3.2 Available: Canoo's New Version of ULC Visual Editor

Canoo Has Ported its Visual Editor for Java RIA to Eclipse 3.2 and Eclipse Visual Editor 1.2.

Canoo Engineering, a Swiss software company specialized in products and services for enterprise web applications, has ported its Visual Editor for Java Rich Internet Applications (RIA) to Eclipse 3.2 and Eclipse Visual Editor 1.2. With this new release, the Canoo plug-in may now be used on Mac OS X platforms.

ULC Visual Editor is a "drag-and-drop" user interface designer for UltraLightClient, a Java library for Rich Internet Application (RIA) development. The plug-in is available for download at the Canoo website. New features include support of ULCLayeredPane, and more GridBagConstraint attributes in the Customize Layout dialog. The editor requires UltraLightClient 6.1.1 and Eclipse 3.2.

ULC Visual Editor is available for purchase at . A developer license costs US$ 499. A free evaluation license can be ordered for a 15 day period. For more information please see the product description or contact Canoo directly.

UltraLightClient (ULC) is a Java library for web user interface development, bridging the gap between Java Swing and a server-side architecture. UltraLightClient allows Java developers to develop mission-critical enterprise web applications with a rich and responsive user interface using proven Java technology both on the client and on the server.

Canoo is exhibiting at JavaPolis from 12th to 14th December 2006 in Antwerp, Belgium.

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