vendredi août 14, 2009

OSGi dans visualvm

Le concours de blog VisualVM m'a fait découvrir le plugin OSGi écrit à par Kiev (doctorant à Grenoble). Ca me plait bien.
Du coup, billets en anglais et en français.

vendredi nov. 16, 2007

VisualVM - NetBeans Platform powered

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It's been almost three years that I first mentioned the NetBeans platform. The technology has since grown to be a first-class citizen in the NetBeans and Java worlds (with tooling support and books). The main difference with Eclipse RCP remains - NetBeans Platform is 100% Java/Swing.

VisualVM is a recent (and early) development based on the NetBeans Platform. It strikes an interesting balance between monitoring (a la JConsole), profiling (a la NetBeans Profiler, including a heap walker), and troubleshooting (new in Java 6). The platform is worth about half the application size, startup time is less than 5 seconds, and the application has a very professional look. The update center inherited from the platform isn't functional just yet, but I can certainly see the value of this for future versions and plugins to extend the feature set.

If you're in a Java 6 world, everything is really easy except maybe for profiling server-side applications which requires a fairly long time for the dynamic instrumentation to happen. Just like for JDK tools, VisualVM can also work on a remote process or a core file. More on VisualVM here.

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