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

Product historyEdit

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 Sales and development of JRun Studio was discontinued on May 13, 2002.[4] It was superseded by Macromedia Dreamweaver MX.[5][6]


  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 alsoEdit

External linksEdit

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Discontinued in August 2007

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