Sun MicroSystems will post Java Workshop 2.0 to their Web site next week, which will enable developers to create JavaBean components, in addition to Java applets and Java applications. The new release is expected to cost $90-100 and will be available for purchase electronically and on store shelves.
JavaBean construction is aided by Wizards that generate simple components after the developer answers a series of questions. Other new features include a new user interface, a profiler, a debugger, color syntax highlighting and automatic indention in the editor, and a faster compiler. For more information, please visit the Java Workshop 2.0 site