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PRNewswire: Sun Ships Open, Standards-Based Java IDE

Apr 18, 2000, 08:32 (5 Talkback[s])

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"Sun Microsystems announced that it is shipping its Forte for Java, Community Edition 1.0 integrated development environment (IDE) for the Java 2 Platform. Based completely on open standards, Forte for Java, Community Edition software offers an extensible, integrated, cross-platform development environment enabling rapid development of dot-com applications and is available at no charge for download through Sun Microsystems."

"Sun is intent on shaking up the marketplace with the Forte for Java development tools platform," said Mark Herring, Director of Marketing, Forte Tools, Sun Microsystems. "The Forte for Java, Community Edition binary release offers Java technology developers new levels of productivity tools based on this powerful, intuitive software development environment."

"Forte for Java, Community Edition provides a modular Java technology development environment that delivers integrated visual design, editing, compilation, and debugging capabilities to create full-featured Web-enabled applications based on the Java programming language. Forte for Java, Community Edition is completely cross-platform compatible, enabling development on the Solaris(TM) Operating Environment, Linux, and Windows platforms, and is available at no charge for download through Sun Microsystems."

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