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  • September 19, 2008

Want to Share NetBeans Platform Screenshots?

Geertjan Wielenga
Product Manager
The NetBeans Platform Screenshots page has been updated! There are several new screenshots of cool existing NetBeans Platform applications that are now listed there for the first time:

Spikeflow - click to enlarge
Instant JChem - click to enlarge
JFugue Music NotePad - click to enlarge
Imagine - click to enlarge

TagsMe GUI - click to enlarge
ThinkingRock - click to enlarge
VisualVM - click to enlarge
Alkitab Bible Study - click to enlarge

These are all applications that have been created on top of the NetBeans Platform, the modular Swing application framework that is the basis of NetBeans IDE, among many other applications, such as the above. For more information on the above applications, see the NetBeans Platform Screenshots page. Is your application missing from that page? Go here to submit yours for addition!

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Comments ( 4 )
  • guest Saturday, September 20, 2008

    Where are NetBeans IDE screenshots!?

  • Vincent Cantin Saturday, September 20, 2008

    I have a few funny screenshots, but the source code and the software are not published, do you think I should publish the screenshot?

  • Geertjan Sunday, September 21, 2008

    Yes, I think so, Vincent. At least, if the software will be published at some point, anyway. I think the page is meant to show applications that are either complete and distributes or in progress as open source projects. But that's just my interpretation -- feel free to submit your screenshots via the form and see what happens!

  • Tom Wheeler Tuesday, September 23, 2008

    I would encourage everyone who is developing a NetBeans Platform application -- even if that application is only used internally -- to submit screenshots via that page. That helps show the many different ways that people are using the platform. It can also help someone who is deciding whether to develop a new application on (or port an existing application to) the platform, based on the fact that others are doing similar work. It might even result in a job offer :-)

    Of course, you should make sure you have your organization's permission to supply the screenshot first!

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