Html4Java

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Follow three easy steps from the [[apidesign:DukeScriptInNetBeans|tutorial]].
Follow three easy steps from the [[apidesign:DukeScriptInNetBeans|tutorial]].
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== Inception Review ==
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Notes from review to include [[Html4Java]] in [[NetBeans]] 8.1.
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* TCR packaging, why SPI packages are in org.apidesign.html? Rename to org.netbeans.html
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* use hg external binaries for 1.0
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* usecases in [[NetBeans]]:
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** show top component
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** show (modal) dialog
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** embed in custom & other UI
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* own cluster? wouldn't be able to use from platform. Rejected.
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* geo & sound.
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** sound needed for minesweeper.
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** TCR geo should work in [[NetBeans]] and have SPI
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* TCA wizard for component/dialog
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* license
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** asm
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** knockout.js (fix)
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* ko4j name is OK
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* TCR nbrwsr rename to org.netbeans.api.html4j
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Approved for development.
== Developers ==
== Developers ==

Revision as of 09:59, 26 August 2014

Write NetBeans modules with nice, slick UI, but avoid dependency on Swing or JavaFX! This wiki page is dedicated to NetBeans efforts to bring Java and HTML closer together and use it as a rendering toolkit inside of NetBeans and other environments capable of rendering HTML.


Contents

News

Try It!

Follow three easy steps from the tutorial.

Inception Review

Notes from review to include Html4Java in NetBeans 8.1.

  • TCR packaging, why SPI packages are in org.apidesign.html? Rename to org.netbeans.html
  • use hg external binaries for 1.0
  • usecases in NetBeans:
    • show top component
    • show (modal) dialog
    • embed in custom & other UI
  • own cluster? wouldn't be able to use from platform. Rejected.
  • geo & sound.
    • sound needed for minesweeper.
    • TCR geo should work in NetBeans and have SPI
  • TCA wizard for component/dialog
  • license
    • asm
    • knockout.js (fix)
  • ko4j name is OK
  • TCR nbrwsr rename to org.netbeans.api.html4j

Approved for development.

Developers

There is a generic part of the HTML/Java API that is lightweight and can be used in any IDE, application and environment:

There is a specific NetBeans binding and sample application that is suitable for usage in NetBeans Platform applications:

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