Bindows!

We’re happy to announce the partnership with MB technologies, the company that developed Bindows support plugin for IntelliJ IDEA.
Bindows framework is the best commercial platform for developing of AJAX-enabled Web applications.

You are welcome to read the official press release, explore the plugin features and watch the live screencast showing them in action.

The screencast is also available from IntellJ IDEA Learning Center and from FTP server (44 Mb).

The plugin is available from IntelliJ IDEA Plugin Repository.

You can also download it via built-in Plugin Manager:

  1. Press CTRL+ALT+S to bring up the Settings dialog
  2. Select Plugins, then click Available tab
  3. Right-click Bindows plugin from the list and select Download and Install
  4. Restart IntelliJ IDEA to start using the plugin
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3 Responses to Bindows!

  1. MisterE says:

    I would like to know just how is Bindows the best commercial platform for developing of AJAX-enabled Web applications, when they are only supporting Firefox and Internet Explorer? Have they ever heard of STANDARDS? As a developer I won’t give up on millions of users using Opera / Safari / etc. And as sure as hell won’t pay for this limitation. What they did is simply LAME. I mean, I know it’s not easy to develop cross browser internet application but this is something one expects from a commercial framework.

  2. Egor Malyshev says:

    I would like to just tell you that please don’t be that perfunctory.
    Bindows’s not a limitation, it’s an expansion. What Bindows developers did, is gave Web applications developers a tool that lets create better applications quicker. When they started, they supported only Internet Explorer. Firefox support was built later. Notice the trend – like any other software (no matter whether it’s commercial or opensource), Bindows is evolving, so I would not worry that much about missing Opera and other browsers support. I think it’s not going to last long.

  3. MisterE says:

    It’s 2011, still no love for second class browsers.

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