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RIM Releases Web Development Plugins For Eclipse 3.4 & Visual Studio 2008

BlackBerry-development RIM is taking a few steps forward today by releasing two development tools for the BlackBerry browser. I am still sticking to Dreamweaver but I know that Eclipse and Visual Studio are necessary for more complex projects. Once I get a chance I will be checking out the Eclipse plugin. If you try it first let me know what you think!

Details from RIM:

  • The BlackBerry Web Development Plug-in for Eclipse, available today at this link, is a new plug-in that allows developers to create web applications and content for BlackBerry smartphones within the familiar Eclipse 3.4 environment. Using this plug-in, developers can debug and profile Internet/intranet web pages displaying HTML and CSS content in addition to more complex rich internet applications using AJAX, Silverlight, PHP, ASP, Ruby on Rails, JSP, and Python.
  • BlackBerry Plug-in for Microsoft Visual Studio version 1.2, available today at this link, provides an all-in-one tool for developers to create web applications and content for BlackBerry(R) smartphones within the Visual Studio 2008 environment. Using this plug-in, developers can create simple Internet/intranet web pages or more complex, rich Internet applications using AJAX and ASP.Net.

According to RIM both tools feature BlackBerry smartphone simulators for testing and debugging projects, and web application profiling for visibility into data traffic, load time BlackBerry Plug-in for Microsoft Visual Studio 1.2and use of web based content, including elements such as images, CSS, JavaScript, HTML and objects.

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