The Fuse Tooling is here
The first release is not web based, but Eclipse based instead.
The tooling forum is a better spot to discuss this
Thanks for your reply, sorry for posting in the wrong category.
My question is: when do you expect the "Web" version of the IDE to arrive?
Based on your previous presentations I wasn't aware that it was a future version of the Eclipse IDE, I thought it was a separate product and possibly a management interface to the ESB (hence the posting in the ESB forum).
Would you be able to clarify the future and timelines of the Web based tooling?
Thanks for your help.
I am not in a position to discuss roadmaps in the public.
I suggest you use the contact us http://fusesource.com/contact to get in touch with a person that can talk about this.
Alternative wait until we announce products on our website.
Hi Claus! And thank you for your excellent work!
I was reading Camel book, appendix D... you mention the web version of Rider, with a screenshot... I was a bit upset in discovering that the website you suggest is never mentioning it.
Could you explain the mistake?
Sorry as mentioned here I cannot discuss product roadmaps in the public, which have not been public announced by FuseSource.
The link in appendix D (rider.fusesource.org) takes you to http://fusesource.com/products/fuse-ide/ which is the product page for the Fuse IDE tooling.
When we wrote the book then the tooling was in development and the name and what feature it should provide was still to be decided.