LDSTech IDE 1.1.2 released

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LDSTech IDE 1.1.2 released

Postby UreskSJ » Tue Nov 23, 2010 3:19 pm

The LDSTech IDE version 1.1.2 has been released today.

Notable new features include:

- 64-bit Windows distribution now available
- The ability to run the WAM plugin from within the IDE
- Upgrades of nearly every plugin we use
- A significantly improved workflow for GWT-based projects (see the walkthrough, here)
- Numerous preference changes to make the overall experience better (see STACK-2954)
- Several bug fixes and minor enhancements

View our New and Noteworthy page here:

http://code.lds.org/downloads/lds-tech-ide/update/new.html

Full release notes can be found here:

https://tech.lds.org/jira/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?projectId=10060&version=10272

You can download the IDE here:

http://tech.lds.org/devcentral

As always, please feel free to contact us with questions or feeback, via this forum, our JIRA instance, or [url=mailto:uresksj@ldschurch.org]email[/url].
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Postby tlmaravilla » Wed Feb 02, 2011 8:39 am

Any link to show an example of how to use the WAM plug-in? We are currently using wam's "wamulator", which is an simulates wam authentication for local development.

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Postby UreskSJ » Wed Feb 02, 2011 10:27 am

I'll have to add one to the Wiki, but it is pretty simple to run the WAM plugin - Just right-click on a WAM project (it will end with -wam) and select 'Run As...' > 'Run WAM Emulator'.
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Postby YoungstromMJ » Thu Feb 03, 2011 9:17 am

In order to do that though you need to have a "WAM Project" in your project. If you create a WAM enabled Stack 3 project from stack starter you can copy that WAM project into your current Stack 2.2 project adding it as a module. Then you will be able to right click on the WAM project and "Run WAM Emulator".

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