Thursday Feb 21, 2013

New NetBeans 7.3 released for HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS: Great UI for Java Embedded

A great way to use Java Embedded is to slap a lightweight Jetty Web Server on it and write a Java Embedded App to generate HTML5/JavaScript/CSS Web pages as the Embedded UI. Just point your Web browser to your embedded device over the network to interact with it. And, you can now use NetBeans 7.3 as your IDE. Way cool.

See:

NetBeans 7.3 w/HTML5

Here's a quote:

 With the release of version 7.3 of 
 NetBeans, Oracle has updated the IDE 
 (integrated developer environment) so 
 Java developers can more easily build 
 rich HTML5-based user interfaces for 
 their mobile and Web applications.
I've got NetBeans 7.3 running on my MacBook Pro at home Windows 7 laptop at work. It's the best editor and/or IDE for Java, PHP, C/C++, HTML5, and JavaScript that I've seen (including XEmacs which has been my go-to source code editor since dinosaurs roamed the earth).

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