By DE Editors
Wolfram Research has released Wolfram Workbench 2, a solution for enterprise-class software development and deployment. New in Version 2 is the ability to create and integrate documentation for Mathematica applications, as well as improvements to code editing, navigation, and more.
Built on the Eclipse software platform, Workbench 2 combines Mathematica’s programming language and computation, visualization, and modeling features with an integrated development environment. It allows developers to work with any Eclipse-supported language.
"The ability to develop for different technologies, through all stages of the development cycle, within one application significantly increases productivity," says Adam Berry, senior developer of Workbench. "By removing the need to change environments, Workbench allows you to focus on your development instead of on your tools."
Workbench requires Mathematica 6 or higher, and is compatible with Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. It can also be used with gridMathematica, webMathematica, Mathematica for the Classroom, Mathematica for Students, and Mathematica Home Edition.
For more information, visit Wolfram.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.