SIP Application Development Module version 0.1 for 6.0

A little over a year ago, Ludo created a prototype NetBeans module for doing SIP Application development with NetBeans 5.5.1 and a very early release of the code that became the basis for Project Sailfin.

The code for the prototype has moved into the Project Sailfin repository and has been ported to NetBeans 6.0.

At this point there aren't many changes from Ludo's original prototype, but I figured users might want to try out the bits in 6.0.

The new features implemented by the SIP Application Development Module for NetBeans 6.0 (version 0.1) are:

  • SIP Servlet template added to the Privileged List of templates associated with a web application project that uses the Converged SIP Application Framework.
    Image of the content of the right-click menu for a SIP Application Project
  • NetBeans 6.0 compatibility.

You will need to use the Plugins Manager to install the SIP Application Development Module for NetBeans 6.0 (version 0.1) into NetBeans 6.0. I haven't found a good link that describes this process, yet. When I do, I will update this entry with a pointer to that info.

More new features are in the works. These new features are discussed in the draft Functional Specification for the SIP Development Module for NetBeans 6.0. Please file issues in the issue tracker for Project Sailfin, against the "Tools" subcomponent.

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