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Java EE 5: where are my tools?

Posted by ludo on June 28, 2005 at 8:35 AM PDT





Bonjour,
comment Java?




Today, I'll be talking at Java One about the Java EE 5 specifications,
how it simplifies the life of developers, and what a developer can
expect from  the Tools side  to help them even
more...If you are around, see TS 7725. For the others, here are some
preview images of what NetBeans could offer soon, targetting Java EE 5
servers, like for example the new kid in the block of open source
servers: href="https://glassfish.dev.java.net/">GlassFish.




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Some Welcome screen,
this is the easy part...

Well, it was not, really. Initially, we had:

  • J2EE 5.0, then
  • J2EE 5, then
  • JEE 5, and finally
  • Java EE 5

I'm pretty sure we are missing a tm somewhere.

Also, this is a preview (no automated nightly build so far, just the
code in NetBeans cvs)...


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Some
Java EE 5 annotations code completion capabilities
  • Entity
    and Table mapping code completion
  • EJB
    resource injection
  • ...
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GlassFish Java EE 5
Application Server support:

you can administer it, and deploy to it.





There is a high probability of a demo crashing, but without this, this
would not be a preview, and

href="http://blogs.sun.com/roller/page/kazem/20050526#bug_workaround">this
would not be fun at all...



Ludo

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