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Atollic® TrueSTUDIO® is the premier C/C++ development tool for professional ARM® developers, reducing time to market and increasing efficiency in your next embedded systems...
Last Updated on 25 September 2014 by Missing Name
AVR32 Studio is an integrated development environment (IDE) for developing AVR32 applications. AVR32 Studio provides a complete set of features including project management and...
Last Updated on 29 November 2012 by Torkild U. Resheim
Axdt is an ActionScript3 IDE that utilizes the opensource Adobe Flex4 SDK. Axdt is based on Eclipse Xtext.
Last Updated on 7 February 2011 by Martin Schnabel
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The Barracuda Eclipse Plugins are complete development for the programming language JPL. JPL, as part of the Panther development environment from Prolifics (TM), is a legacy 3rd...
Last Updated on 3 December 2009 by Christine Mitterbauer
BIRT controls represents a best practice implementation of the BIRT Report Item extension point. Based on the initial RotatedTextItem example code, this project represents...
Last Updated on 29 July 2010 by Scott Rosenbaum
BIRT = Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools. It is a top level Eclipse project....
Last Updated on 29 July 2010 by Scott Rosenbaum
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For Java® developers who use the Eclipse™ Integrated Development Environment (IDE), the free BlackBerry JDE Plug-in for Eclipse offers a familiar way to build and test rich...
Last Updated on 9 December 2009 by Adam Abramski
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BLU AGE® 2009 Edition Deliver module is the first Integrated Generation Environment to fully generate your applications into the majority of existing (and forthcoming)...
Last Updated on 21 October 2014 by Harold Licari
Bndtools is an Eclipse-based development environment for OSGi bundles and applications, based on Bnd.
Last Updated on 15 October 2014 by Neil Bartlett
Bracketeer will show you all you need to know about the brackets in your code (highlight brackets, show information about closing brackets, etc...)...
Last Updated on 26 August 2012 by Gil Barash