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Announcing AJAX jMaki plugin for NetBeans IDE

Posted by ludo on June 15, 2006 at 11:18 AM PDT

Bonjour, comment Java?

Wouldn't be great if by just writing this:

<a:ajax name="sudoku" />

in one of your Web Application
JSP files, you would get this?

Or by typing:

<a:ajax type="dojo" name="resizabletextarea"/>

you would get:

or, after resising the dojo component:


<a:ajax type="dojo" name="fisheye"/>

<a:ajax type="dojo" name="resizabletextarea"/>

would be rendered as:


Well, it's kinda possible with the jMaki project.

You can even avoid entirely
the tags with the jMaki NetBeans plugin: by
the jMaki component palette, you just Drag And Drop with the
mouse...Does not need a keyboard at all :-)

Watch the screencast here...


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