It also boasts support for JSR-168, allowing interoperability between Java portlets and web portals to increase control over the graphical presentation of an application in a webpage. Support for cascading style sheets across applications has also been added.
The release is part of Sun's efforts to attract programmers who build relatively straightforward applications using Java.
Java Studio Creator 2.0 is available now free of charge to all developers registered with Sun Developer Network. This programme used to charge developers a $99 per year subscription fee, but that charge has since been dropped.
The application is available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Solaris.
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