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NetBeans Plugin Development Workshop
NetBeans Plugin Development Workshop
NetBeans Plugin Development Workshop
NetBeans Plugin Development Workshop
NetBeans Plugin Development Workshop
NetBeans Plugin Development Workshop
NetBeans Plugin Development Workshop
NetBeans Plugin Development Workshop
NetBeans Plugin Development Workshop
NetBeans Plugin Development Workshop
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  • 1. NetBeans Plugin Development Workshop Varun Nischal NetBeans Dream Team Member http://nbguru.wordpress.com/
  • 2. Some Questions  Why should we create NetBeans plug-in modules?  Modules vs. Plugins  Why is there a terminology confusion? “Make your learning pluggable, use NetBeans Platform”
  • 3. Some Questions  Why should we create NetBeans plug-in modules?  Modules vs. Plugins  Why is there a terminology confusion?  RCP Book- The Benefits of Modular Programming “Make your learning pluggable, use NetBeans Platform”
  • 4. What are we going to do today?  We have already discussed some questions!  We would do 2 exercises for the session.  Observations & Summary  Q&A “Make your learning pluggable, use NetBeans Platform”
  • 5. Exercise #1  Lets go inside the NetBeans Integrated Development Environment. “Make your learning pluggable, use NetBeans Platform”
  • 6. Observations  Wizards for Project, Files creation  Code Generator  Hyperlinks  Menus, Toolbars  Project Metadata  XML Layer “Make your learning pluggable, use NetBeans Platform”
  • 7. Exercise #2  Lets go a bit deeper inside the NetBeans Integrated Development Environment “Make your learning pluggable, use NetBeans Platform”
  • 8. Summary  Everything you did was possible, because of the existence of numerous plug-in modules, primarily developed by NetBeans Engineering Team.  Extra features, customizations done for personal use by community members. “Make your learning pluggable, use NetBeans Platform”
  • 9. Resources  NetBeans Platform Learning Trail http://platform.netbeans.org  NetBeans RCP Tutorials http://platform.netbeans.org/tutorials  Javadocs http://www.netbeans.org/download/dev/javadoc/  Developer Documentation http:// wiki.java.net/bin/view/Netbeans/DeveloperDocumentatio “Make your learning pluggable, use NetBeans Platform”
  • 10. Books, Blogs and Mailing Lists  From the Blogosphere  Geertjan- http://blogs.sun.com/geertjan  Weblog- http://nbguru.wordpress.com/proj-netbeans/tryst-with-platform  Mailing Lists  dev@openide.netbeans.org  nbdev@netbeans.org  Books quot;Rich Client Programming: Plugging into the NetBeans Platformquot; “Make your learning pluggable, use NetBeans Platform”
  • 11. Thank You  Lets wrap up the session for the day!  Now, we’re out-of-the-box, so you have any questions?

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