Posted by ludo
on September 28, 2005 at 8:09 AM PDT
GlassFish Java EE 5 or NetBeans 5.0 Beta running on Sony PSP? I wish...
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Server or NetBeans 5.0 Beta
running on a PlayStation Portable PSP?
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...Not yet: you would need a Java
VM implementation on this exciting new platform...Anyone aware of such
The good news is that you can now install both the
application server or the latest
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This is in
addition to the existing support for XP, Linux and -of course- Solaris
If you want the GlassFish server and the IDE to integrate together,
page. The list of new features
introduced in NetBeans 5.0 Beta is really
I was told that even the NetBeans Profiler would profile J2EE
projects, in a single click or two.
If you still want to use
your PSP, at least you can browse the Web with it, via a wireless
See this image: (I had to fight with my kids to get access to this PSP
mono user device, upgrade the PSP system to 2.0, and struggle with the
keyboard simulator using up-down-left-right keys)
Now, I need to see how the GlassFish Admin GUI is behaving on this new
browser. As well as the updated
BluePrints AJAX samples that run
on top of Java EE 5.
(PS: my kids just told me that you can play games with the PSP...I did
not know that:-)