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    I'm new with Spring and just learning it. I usually use NetBeans IDE and I'm surprised that I could not find anything about NetBeans and Spring support. Nether in that form (via Search), nether with Google.

    Do you know some web pages which give some tips about NetBeans and Spring support.

    thanks a lot,

  • #2
    No there isnt and I am hoping that changes soon because honestly Netbeans is a lot easier and simpler to use than Eclipse is. To get a decent setup for Eclipse, one has to go hunting all over the web. With Netbeans one can be a lot more productive. That said, I am however using Eclipse 3.2 at the moment, but it took me a few days to get set up with as many free plugins I could find that would enhance the functionality of the IDE. I am also running Netbeans 5.5 Beta 2 on the side. So far since I cant really figure out how to use Spring IDE for Eclipse, it has not enhanced my experience of using Spring in any way, so I am quite happy in using Netbeans or Eclipse at the moment for Spring development.


    • #3
      comming soon

      Hi there,
      we are working on it. 1st preview will be available soon ...


      • #4
        Try this

        Look for LAB-3205 Spring Framework with the NetBeans IDE (April, 2006)


        • #5
          Originally posted by appshare
          Hi there,
          we are working on it. 1st preview will be available soon ...
          Hi appshare, do you have fresh news about it?



          • #6
            If you install MyEclipse on top of the standard Eclipse download, it provides pretty much all the plug ins you need. There is a small licence fee but it is worth it. Lots of useful plugins on 1 install, including hibernate mapping generation and spring and struts support.


            • #7
              screencast online

              look at

              iSeeSpring Spring IDE for NetBeans

              if you like to contribute send me a mail to dr at appshare dot net

              best regards



              • #8
                Spring NetBeans Plugin

                You may also want to check out the Spring NetBeans Module which supports Spring Framework 2.0:


                This module adds Spring Framework 2.0 as a framework choice when creating a new Web Application through NetBeans.
                Last edited by malusman; Mar 7th, 2007, 09:19 AM.