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  • March 26, 2010

Your Thesis on the NetBeans Platform?

Geertjan Wielenga
Product Manager
Have you written a university/college thesis that discusses the NetBeans Platform in some way? To assist others doing the same thing, we're collecting as many as we can get hold of and posting them here:

http://edu.netbeans.org/thesis.html

Drop me a line / leave a comment at the end of this blog entry if you'd like yours to be included there too!

The latest one is by Jan PoĹživil, who wrote a Masters thesis on top of the NetBeans Platform in May 2009, at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Czech Technical University in Prague. The thesis was entitled "Integrated Visualization Environment for Interactive Analysis of User Activity Logs" (download it here).

Abstract: "This thesis presents a design and implementation of an integrated visualization environment for interactive visual analysis of user activity logs. Data are organised into projects and the application provides data persistence across application sessions. Data visualization is performed by third-party plugin modules. Plugin modules are also used for conversion of data into the internal format of the application. Plugin module authors will use the public API/SPI, which was created for the purposes of extending application functionality. The application is implemented in Java and based on the NetBeans Platform."

And here's a screenshot:

Congratulations with this very interesting thesis on the NetBeans Platform!

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Maciej Mirski Tuesday, March 30, 2010

    Hi,

    I am currently finishing my thesis which uses Netbeans platform as graphical layer. It is named "Data Warehouse Functional Testing Tool". I can write a short note and send you some screenshots.

    Basically I used VMD graphics to create UI - user connects different steps of comparison of the data in the tables. Then he can execute whole flow or just selected steps and get results in some graphical form (e.g. if you compare values, and some rows have differences I use color codes to depict that).

    There's similar tool in Eclipse but for WWW GUI testing which I used as an example.


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