Plano, Texas – October 20, 2008 Intelliun Corporation, a leading innovator in Model Driven Development, today announces the release of The Virtual Enterprise (VE) 6.1. This point release takes advantage of the latest features of NetBeans Integrated Development Environment (IDE) 6.1 and provides additional usability enhancements.
“VE 6.1 includes many usability enhancements based on the new features available in NetBeans IDE 6.1,” Ashok Nare, chief technology officer of Intelliun, said. “As a NetBeans Strategic Partner, we continue to work on integrating with new features and capabilities of the NetBeans IDE to provide a comprehensive Model Driven Development environment to the developer community.”
Starting today, VE 6.1 will be featured in an on-demand joint webinar hosted by NetBeans. During the webinar, Mr. Nare will discuss how the latest version of Intelliun’s Model Driven Development (MDD) platform further simplifies the development of Web-based applications and services. An introduction to the concepts of MDD and an in-depth demonstration of the capabilities of the platform are also presented.
“VE brings Model Driven Development to the NetBeans developer community and offers an alternate, more efficient way of developing Web-based business applications and Web services. The webinar highlights the benefits of MDD and demonstrates how the combination of NetBeans and VE delivers a powerful IDE for the rapid construction of business applications,” Kuldip Oberoi, group marketing manager of Developer Tools at Sun Microsystems, said.
The on-demand webinar, Rapid Model Driven Development, hosted by the NetBeans community will be available starting on October 20, 2008 and can be accessed at http://www.netbeans.org/community/partners.
Intelliun Corporation (www.intelliun.com) is the leading innovator in simplifying Web application development. Intelliun's flagship product, The Virtual Enterprise (VE), is a Model Driven Development (MDD) platform for the rapid development and integration of multi-tiered applications and Web services. VE eliminates traditional coding by enabling application development based on fully executable Unified Modeling Language (UML) models.