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Application Servers or IDEs running on PSP?

Posted by ludo on September 28, 2005 at 8:09 AM PDT

comment Java?

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color="#e76f00">Open Source Java EE 5 Application
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
an effort?

The good news is that you can now install both the href="">GlassFish
application server or the latest
beta of href="">NetBeans
IDE on href="">Mac OS X.
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,
read this href="">documentation
page. The list of new features
introduced in NetBeans 5.0 Beta is really href="">impressive.
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)

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Now, I need to see how the GlassFish Admin GUI is behaving on this new
browser. As well as the updated href="">Java
BluePrints AJAX samples that run
on top of Java EE 5.

Ludo href="">(tique)

(PS: my kids just told me that you can play games with the PSP...I did
not know that:-)

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