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  • November 2, 2009

Unknown NetBeans Platform Application

Geertjan Wielenga
Product Manager
I don't know what "Fenix" is or what a "Fenix Client" should do, but here's clearly a NetBeans Platform application that is a "Fenix client".

Click to enlarge the (very cool!) pics:

I found the pics above in Rich Unger's blog, although he doesn't know anything about it either:

http://weblogs.java.net/blog/richunger/archive/guada1.png/guada1.png

Can anyone let me know what this apparently very cool application is for, what it does, and who is behind it?

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Comments ( 7 )
  • Marioko Monday, November 2, 2009

    hi, it looks like some kind of project manager application for GIS (geographic information system), or a least some task tracking.

    Some traslations:

    Categorias = Categories

    Tareas Pendientes = Pendings Tasks

    Tareas Realizadas = Done Tasks

    Recordatorios = Some kind of notifications

    ...


  • Rich Monday, November 2, 2009

    Ah, I didn't realize when you asked me where this came from. This app was written a couple of years ago in Bariloche, Argentina. Hi Gustavo!


  • abubakar gurnah Tuesday, November 3, 2009

    Can I know where I can download this application.. or get the plugin for this


  • Urs Friday, November 6, 2009

    The map section on the top screenshot shows most likely a part of the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    Latitude: 34°36'54.95"S

    Longitude: 58°22'38.85"W

    Any suggestions?


  • Gustavo Monday, November 9, 2009

    I apologize for the late post.

    Those are screenshots of an early prototype for a big app we wrote back in 2006 here in Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina.

    The application helped a local public service company (electrical power distribution, cable tv etc.) to manage complex task force workflows, and of course, featured GIS integration.

    Fenix was the code name for the app at the company.

    Rich was here on vacation at the time and kindly uploaded those pictures to his blog.


  • Gustavo Monday, November 9, 2009

    abubakar gurnah:

    I'm afraid is not public domain software... we wrote it for a private company here in Bariloche.


  • guest Monday, November 9, 2009

    Urs:

    The upper map section shows the response to a query for availability of some services at my house in Bariloche (Piedras 616) together with some useful information to set up connections for those services.


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