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TagsME and TagsME GUI on NetBeans.TV

Posted by fabriziogiudici on June 6, 2008 at 5:00 AM PDT

Ibon Urrutia, member of the NetBeans Dream Team, has just uploaded a new video on NetBeans.TV, showing off a product made by a corporate he's working for. It's TagsME, a development tool for producing JavaME applications by simplifying your work and maximizing device compatibility. I'm not going to add other words since I've just received from Ibon the license code for trying TagsME GUI, a NetBeans-based development environment for TagsME, and I don't know further info. But looking at the video is better than reading a blog post. BTW, on the TagsME website some real applications are showcased.

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Hi ceehira, TagsME will be available using a commercial license in three different flavours: lite, professional and enterprise. We are releasing version 1.0 at the end of this month, and all information about prices and licenses will be available on our site. We also may give free (as beer, not open sourced) licenses to some open source projects and/or non-commercial ones, so if this is your case, please contact us in www.tagsme.com and tell us details about your project. Regards

what about the tags me license. Will users be able to use it for free of charge ? or it will be sold as a packet program just as dreamweaver or a commercial netbeans plugin ?