By: David Intersimone
Abstract: This article contains the CodeGear JBuilder product roadmap. It contains future development plans and time frames for product releases. (Last Updated 10/30/2007)
This information describes CodeGear’s general product direction at this time, and should not be relied on in making a licensing decision. The future development, release and timing of features and functionality remains at our sole discretion and may be changed at any time without notice.
With the JBuilder 2007 release in November of 2006 CodeGear began a major shift in its approach to delivering innovative tooling for Java developers. JBuilder 2007 is built on the popular Eclipse IDE core, and from the beginning our focus has been on building new innovation to developer problems rather than attempting to make an existing Eclipse feature slightly better.
With the initial JBuilder 2007 release we delivered:
In May of 2007 we released JBuilder 2007 R2, which extended the initial release with:
Customer input, market dynamics, and emerging trends and technologies all provide input into CodeGear’s future product development plans. CodeGear roadmaps are reviewed regularly and updated periodically to reflect these inputs.
Future JBuilder features and technologies will focus on:
As always, this roadmap indicates plans and intentions, but no firm commitment to deliver any of the products or features described below.
08/19/2008 – JBuilder Roadmap “under construction”
04-01-2008 - JBuilder 2008, “Project Bonanza” announced – press release
10/30/2007 – Bonanza time frame moved from Second Half 2007 to First Half of 2008
08/13/2007 – CodeGear JBuilder Roadmap updated to reflect Eclipse-based direction
05/16/2006 – Borland JBuilder Roadmap first publication
Server Response from: ETNASC01