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Cape Clear Studio

                         

Cape Clear Studio is an Eclipse-based tools environment for the development of SOA-based and on-demand applications.

Studio provides comprehensive service creation tools, a graphical environment for service orchestration, rich mediation capabilites and a comprehensive environment for deployment and test. All of this is packaged in a powerful and easy-to-use toolset, ensuring both developer productivity and faster time-to-market for your applications.

Our tools are designed to help developers create open, scalable, and robust service-oriented applications without requiring expert knowledge of underlying technologies like BPEL, WSDL, SOAP, XSLT, XML, and the WS-* specs. Studio’s graphical environment abstracts away complexity and enables developers to concentrate on the business logic – not on the underlying format.

Studio is a truly integrated development environment. By leveraging the power of Eclipse, we have created an environment that remains valid and in sync. As project artefacts change, validation rules execute and synchronization issues are automatically highlighted where they exist. This approach will be familiar to developers, particularly Java developers who use the Eclipse IDE, ensuring that they have a head-start before ever using Studio. Of course, because Studio is based on Eclipse, it allows developers to leverage other Eclipse plug-ins and capabilities like source-control integration.

Cape Clear has invested a lot of time and effort providing comprehensive developer support within the tools. Studio ships with a large number of tutorials, cheat sheets, and samples, which bring developers step-by-step and by example through common use cases. We also provide comprehensive online and context-sensitive help to ensure that the information required is only a couple of button clicks away.

Come to more detail: http://www.capeclear.com/products/studio.shtml

                         

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