BOF-2835, on Thursday from 21.30 to 22.20 (Esplanade, 304/306), entitled "Creating an IDE for Your Favorite Web Framework" promises to be interesting. How do I know this? Well, I am one of the co-presenters. Together with Petr Pisl, who is the web-tier tech lead for NetBeans IDE, I've been working on a new IDE, for a specific framework: Wicket. But that's only an example. So, either if you're a Wicket fan, or if you're someone considering creating tooling support for a framework currently not supported by NetBeans IDE, or if you're considering providing an entire IDE for a specific framework... you know where you gotta be on Thursday night. You could also be someone interested in seeing how rich-client application development works in NetBeans IDE. As a teaser, here's the agenda (subject to last minute change, of course):
Hurry and register... we'd love to see you there.