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Blog Archive for arungupta during June 2007

NetBeans IDE 5.5.1 comes with multiple Update Centers as shown If a plug-in needs to be installed, it's not clear which of the Update Centers will serve it. This difference is now explained here. For example, the WSIT module, which is still not final yet, is available from 'NetBeans Update Center Beta'. Read more about NetBeans Auto Update Center. Technorati: netbeans wsit
Follow up from my previous entry, here is a list of slides for the next generation Web application, a.k.a "Web 2.0", sessions from Sun. Session # Title TS 6029 Beyond Blogging: Feeds in Action TS 6375 jMaki: Web 2.0 App Building Made Easy TS 6381 The Future of the Java Technology Web Tier (Watch) TS 6411 JSR 311: The Java API for...
NetBeans 6 M9 was released a few weeks ago. One of the new and noteworthy features is Web Services Designer and support for WSIT. In this blog, I'll share my experience on that support. After you've installed NetBeans 6 M9, download and install GlassFish V2 b49 and configure it in the IDE Runtime tab. Create a new Web project by right-clicking in Project window, selecting 'Web' from the '...
These are detailed instructions for this screencast. Pre-requisites Download GlassFish v2 latest build. In NetBeans 5.5 or NetBeans 5.5.1 Update Center, manually download and install the Ajax Update Center module. Run the Update Center and install all the modules supported by Ajax Update Center plug-in. This will require an IDE restart. In NetBeans menu, go to Tools, Palette Manager, Add...