Curl Announces General Availability of Curl Development Tools for Eclipse.
Delivery of CDE (1) (Computer Desktop Encyclopedia) What you are reading at this very moment. See About this product.
(2) (Common Desktop Environment) A user interface for desktop computing from The Open Group. Marks Final Phase in Company's Strategy to Base Enterprise RIA (Rich Internet Application) A Web-based application that approaches the speed and elegance of a local application. An RIA may refer to a browser-based application that uses AJAX or another enhanced coding technique. Tools on the Eclipse Framework
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Curl([R]), Inc. announced today that it has completed the final phase of its Eclipse development strategy with the general availability release of Curl Development tools for Eclipse (CDE). The CDE is a set of Eclipse plug-ins that provides an environment for developing programs in the Curl language and on the current release of the Curl Rich Internet Application See RIA and rich client. (RIA) Platform, Version 6.0. With the full release of the CDE, programmers can take advantage of the enterprise-class features of the Curl platform within the flexible Eclipse development environment.
Earlier this year, Curl introduced its Eclipse development strategy, which included joining the Eclipse Foundation and unveiling the company's plans to base the next phase of its enterprise RIA development tools on the Eclipse framework. With the CDE, Curl has followed through on its strategy and showcased its continued commitment to bringing the best tools for building enterprise-class Rich Internet Applications This is a list of rich Internet applications. They are organised by their use. Communication
integrated development environment - interactive development environment , will co-exist in this release and for some time in the future.
"While consumers typically require faster and more user-friendly applications, the needs of the enterprise are much greater," said Bert Halstead, vice president and chief architect, Curl. "This has put intense pressure on corporate developers to build more robust applications even more efficiently to meet this demand. We are addressing the needs of those developers and the enterprises they serve by basing the next phase of our tools on Eclipse."
The CDE includes a language sensitive editor Language Sensitive Editor - (LSE) A language-sensitive editor from DEC. and search, integration into the Eclipse debugger as well as the Eclipse workspace for Curl projects and preferences, and documentation. Additionally, it also allows Curl program deployment and includes tools such as a VLE VLE Virtual Learning Environment (system for development of online education materials)
VLE Vapor Liquid Equilibrium
VLE Valeur Limite d'Exposition (French: threshold limit value ceiling) extension editor, profiler, code coverage, class browser, inspector and Hypertext Transfer Protocol See HTTP.
(protocol) Hypertext Transfer Protocol - (HTTP) The client-server TCP/IP protocol used on the World-Wide Web for the exchange of HTML documents. It conventionally uses port 80.
Latest version: HTTP 1.1, defined in RFC 2068, as of May 1997. Overview (HTTP HTTP
in full HyperText Transfer Protocol
Standard application-level protocol used for exchanging files on the World Wide Web. HTTP runs on top of the TCP/IP protocol. ) monitor. The CDE is available for Windows, Linux and Eclipse 3.3 and 3.4 SDKs or any Eclipse-based IDE based on Eclipse 3.3 and 3.4.
For additional details on the full release of the CDE, visit http://www.curl.com/products_cde.php.
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About Curl, Inc.
Curl provides a Rich Internet Application platform for building and deploying Web-based applications that demand complex, highly interactive interfaces previously only possible as client-server applications. Using Curl, developers can implement a new class of complex, business-critical, Web-based applications that cannot easily be developed with Ajax or other smart client technologies. Curl allows corporations with legacy client-server applications to move to Web-based delivery, increasing reach and reducing cost. Founded in 1998, Curl is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts and is a wholly owned subsidiary Wholly Owned Subsidiary
A subsidiary whose parent company owns 100% of its common stock.
In other words, the parent company owns the company outright and there are no minority owners. of Sumisho Computer Systems. Curl has over 300 customers and 40 partners world-wide. For more information visit http://www.curl.com.