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XAware Adds Support For Eclipse 3.4

Gives developers advantage of speed and flexibility in creating data services

XAware has announced its upgraded support for Eclipse 3.4. This enhancement gives developers and architects the ability to use the latest version of the Eclipse development environment as they create composite data services for service-oriented architecture (SOA), rich Internet applications (RIA) and software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. A stable release is available immediately, and general availability is scheduled for early December.

XAware's Eclipse-based designer features a visual drag-and-drop, wizard-based development environment. This simplifies and speeds the creation of composite data services, which can then be choreographed and re-used for a variety of business purposes. Built on key technical standards such as J2EE, XML, REST and Spring, XAware enhances the productivity of other development tools and frameworks by making it easy to access and integrate data to and from any source.

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