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I was wondering. How hard would it be to implement a feature like the Eclipse Plugin Spy (>= Eclipse 3.4) in NetBeans? IMO, it's a really nice feature especially when you're just starting out with plugin development in the IDE and helps to grok the vast APIs available!
Here's the link to the article that explains the above feature:http://eclipse.dzone.com/articles/eclipse-34-hidden-treasures
What do you think?
Monday, October 22
9:00 - 9:45: Moscone West - Room 2014
Delivering Mobile Apps to the Field with Oracle JET (DEV6242)
Over the last
few days, I introduced and held an Oracle JET workshop in Oslo,
earlier in the same week in Amsterdam, the week before that...
Together with my colleague JB Brock I've spent the past week in
South Africa. Last year, with Andrejus Baranovskis from Oracle