The NetBeans team is happy to announce a joint effort with strategic partner ICEsoft to offer support for Woodstock users. With the latest ICEface NetBeans plugin (v1.7.2SP1), Woodstock users will be able to migrate and maintain their existing projects, and begin to develop ICEface pages alongside existing Woodstock pages.
- Learn more at the Woodstock to ICEfaces Migration page
- Download the ICEfaces plugin from ICEfaces.org, or from the NetBeans Update Center by choosing Tools -> Plugins from within the NetBeans IDE.
- Read the Woodstock to ICEfaces Porting Guide
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Build a simple HelloWorld web application using the JBoss-Seam Framework in Tomcat and using the NetBeans IDE with Maven support.
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