Click that link and find yourself in the midst of a great set of NetBeans Platform projects. Sure, some of them are plugins for NetBeans IDE, but many others are fullblown NetBeans Platform projects.
Here are some interesting titles, just snapshots of the whole collection, randomly from the first few I saw there:
An application by UNESCO can also be found there, as well as the fun sounding DIAPER (Daily Application for Pregnant Mother). Some of them are in a beginning phase, with the projects just being set up, while others have LOTS of code already and are ready to be distributed to users.
Great to see so much NetBeans Platform activity on Kenai.com!
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