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ICEsoft, JasperSoft, Ikivo, Xoetrope Announce Releases with Support for NetBeans IDE 6.0

By: Admin, 17 Dec 2007

  • ICEsoft has released an all-new version of its industry-leading ICEfaces framework integration for NetBeans 6.0. The ICEfaces integration provides plugins for easily working with ICEfaces applications within the IDE and supports the developer at the project level by automatically configuring new Web applications for use with ICEfaces.

      Download the ICEfaces Project Integration for NetBeans 6.0.



  • Ikivo now offers the integration of its leading SVG authoring tool, the Animator, with NetBeans IDE to provide an intuitive way to design mobile Java applications that incorporate SVG images and animations. This enables creation of an engaging, responsive user experience to stimulate repetitive use of any mobile Java application.

      Learn more about using the NetBeans IDE to tap into Animator's advanced SVG image and animation editing capabilities.



  • JasperSoft's iReport, the popular open source graphical report and dashboard design tool now supports NetBeans 6.0 as a native plug-in. iReport for NetBeans can be deployed into custom desktop and web applications. Key features with iReport for the NetBeans IDE include: building, testing and running reports from a desktop environment; using iReport as a NetBeans plugin or a stand-alone application; an easy–to-use drag-and-drop WYSIWYG report designer; and more.




  • Xoetrope announces the immediate availability of XUI 3.1, the popular open source platform for building Rich Internet Applications (RIAs). This release allows users to work directly with Hibernate, POJOs or Database schemas to automatically generate applications. In addition, editors for IDEs such as NetBeans means the majority of the Java market can now enjoy the benefits of XUI.

      Download the latest release of XUI from SourceForge.

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