By Geertjan-Oracle on Feb 13, 2014
Aspose makes file format APIs and components available in multiple languages and for various technologies, including Java.
Recently the Aspose team made a great plugin available to the NetBeans community as a way to highlight their technology. Go to Tools | Plugins and you'll find the Aspose plugin available, while it is also on the NetBeans Plugin Portal, where it is described too.
You'll find a new project template in the Java category in the New Project dialog:
On the next step, you specify the name of the project and when you click Next again you're able to access Java libraries from the Aspose site:
That, in turn, creates the project below, adding the JARs from Aspose to the classpath:
Then you can go to the New File dialog and you'll see "Aspose Example" in the Java category:
Now you can choose from heaps of Aspose samples:
For example, now I have code for creating e-mails via the Aspose solution for doing so:
Congratulations for creating such seamless integration with NetBeans IDE, Aspose team! Aspose is now included on the NetBeans Partner page: