nWire 1.0 Released: Innovative Plugin For Java Code Exploration
nWire is an Eclipse plug-in for software developers which offers a fresh look at code exploration by assisting and expediting the coding process. Developers spend more time analyzing code than writing it. Having a centralized view of all the application components and associations, coupled with unique search and visualization tools expedites the coding process greatly.
Modern Java applications adhere to standard architecture and design patterns. nWire adds a unique view into how single components (e.g. classes, interfaces) fit within a project's architecture and its dependent relationships to avoid bugs. nWire reduces the learning curve for new developers; expedites modifications to existing code by developers other than the original author; and is extremely useful for outsourcing development tasks to contractors.
nWire offers several unique tools:
- nWire Navigator - a unique tool for browsing any type of association in the application code: type inheritance, interface implementation, method invocation and more - all in one central view
- nWire Quick Search - search as you type for any element in the system, including methods and fields
- nWire Visualizer - graphically browse the system elements and visualize the associations between them
More details are available at: http://www.nwiresoftware.com/. nWire 1.0 is available today at an introductory price of $59 for a lifetime license (volume discounts available). nWire supports Eclipse 3.4 and 3.3 with Java Development Tools. It supports Windows XP/Vista, Mac OS X and Linux.
About nWire Software
nWire Software, LTD, is an independent software vendor offering innovative and unique software development tools based on the Eclipse platform. The vision of nWire Software is to assist people in maximizing their abilities by offering simple and pragmatic tools for boosting productivity. nWire Software LTD was established in 2007 by Zviki Cohen and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.
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