NetBeans 4.1 IDE extends support to Java Web services and mobile Java applications

NetBeans 4.1 IDE extends support to Java Web services and mobile Java applications

Microsystem?s newest open source IDE NetBeans 4.1 comes with a complete
Java platform support which includes Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE(TM))
5.0, full Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE(TM) 1.4 and Java 2 Micro
Edition (J2ME(TM)) 2.0 application development support.

SUN Microsystem?s VP for Java Development and platform engineering, Jeff Jackson quoted ?No other Java development tool on the market today combines the ease of use of NetBeans 4.1 with this level of comprehensive support for J2EE application development?

In addition, it has also developed new plugins for WebLogic, WebSphere and JBoss which will help developers to code, test and deploy Java web services on most of the Java platforms. Ebays? director of the Developers Program, Greg Isaacs, further supported these views.?The rich set of features and proven performance of the NetBeans IDE are two reasons the eBay SDK has been enabled to support this development environment."?

NetBeans? new IDE boasts of acclaimed advanced code editor, with built-in refactoring, helps developers code more accurately and more quickly. Some of the features like memory profiling, leak detection, CPU performance profiling, low-overhead profiling, task-based profiling and tight integration into the IDE workflow makes this IDE unique and more developer friendly

NetBeans runs on any operating sytem which supports Java 2 runtime compatible JVM like Linux, Windows, Solaris, Macintosh.

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