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New toolkits support wireless, portal, and voice apps on Linux devices

Apr 26, 2002 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

Somers, NY — (press release excerpt) — IBM announced new WebSphere Studio application development products for Linux and Web site development, as well as new toolkits for building wireless, portal, and voice applications. They are all based on the Eclipse platform, which is supported by an open-source community for multi-vendor software tool integration. Using Eclipse-based tools, developers can integrate tasks easily and quickly to improve the quality of applications and time to market.

New WebSphere Studio products include WebSphere Studio Application Developer, now available for Linux. The new Linux-available tools are based on open standards and make it fast and easy for developers to build, test, deploy and maintain new business applications. The new tools include an integrated unit test environment that supports both Red Hat and SuSE Linux, version 7.1 or higher. Like its Windows sibling, WebSphere Studio Application Developer for Linux features an intuitive interface that is simple to learn.

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