JRun Studio was an integrated development environment (IDE) that was developed for use with JRun server software from Allaire Corporation, and then Macromedia.

Product history[edit | edit source]

Beta testing of JRun Studio began in 2000.[1] JRun Studio was based on HomeSite by Nick Bradbury. It was also bundled with a "Lite" version of TopStyle, a newer editor designed by Bradbury for W3C validation.[2]

After Macromedia absorbed Allaire in a merger in March 2001,[3] JRun Studio was bundled as part of Macromedia JRun 3 UltraDev 4 Studio. Sales and development of JRun Studio was discontinued on May 13, 2002.[4] It was superseded by Macromedia Dreamweaver MX.[5][6]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Allaire Beta site, Allaire. Archived 2000-08-16.
  2. Macromedia JRun Studio - Features, Macromedia. Archived 2001-11-15.
  3. Macromedia Completes Merger With Allaire, Macromedia. 2001-03-20. Archived 2001-03-30.
  4. Macromedia JRun Studio: Frequently Asked Questions, Macromedia. 2002-05-13. Archived 2002-06-02
  5. Macromedia JRun Studio, Macromedia. Archived 2002-08-02.
  6. Introducing Macromedia Dreamweaver MX, Macromedia. Archived 2002-10-01.

See also[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]

JRun
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Discontinued in August 2007
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