Of all the people I know that have used NetBeans 4.0 or 4.1, their
biggest complaint has been the modal "Scanning Project Classpaths" dialog that appears every time the IDE is started or a change in
Gee, it's been quite a while since I've blogged. This is primarily
because I've been heads down working on various projects, one of which
has been project GlassFish.
Basically, over the past couple of months,
the J2EE SDK engineering team has turned themselves inside out so you
can see the guts of the operation.
As an example, I'll show you how to use XDoclet and Ant to integrate with the JBoss Application Server. I'll create the same project that JBoss uses in their
tutorial. I'll be very surprised if you don't find the NetBeans solution easier to use then JBoss' own Eclipse based IDE.
I spent this last Wednesday in NYC on what was probably the first nice day of Spring this year. I arrived from Connecticut via Amtrak into Penn Station. Generally, I take the subway up to the Sun offices near Grand Central Station, however, it was too nice of a day to be
underground, so I decided to walk.
As I continued to explore the eBay APIs, I found that one of their
sample applications stood apart from the rest, the API
In this Swi