By arungupta on Jul 14, 2007
One of the primary ways to technology adoption is making it available on a wide variety of tools.
jMaki enabled web applications can be easily developed and deployed using NetBeans IDE already. This new screencast shows how jMaki plug-in can be installed in Eclipse 3.3. It also shows how the rich set of widgets from different toolkits can be added to a web application using drag-and-drop and deployed on GlassFish, all from within Eclipse.
Let us know if you are interested in developing a jMaki plug-in for IDE of your choice.