Fabrizio Giudici is a Senior Java Architect with a long Java experience in the industrial field. He runs Tidalwave, his own consultancy company, and has contributed to Java success stories in a number of fields, including Formula One. Fabrizio often appears as a speaker at international Java conferences such as JavaOne and Devoxx and is member of JUG Milano and the NetBeans Dream Team. Fabrizio is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 67 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Screencast: Maven and the NetBeans Platform

11.16.2009
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As part of the current development of forceTen, I'm writing documentation and tutorials about its APIs and about how to reuse forceTen components in other NetBeans Platform applications (soon more tutorials will also come about blueMarine components). It's a way to show you what I'm going to achieve with my series of posts about "Pluggable TopComponents" (the latest is here, with the next coming soon).

A first textual tutorial is available, together with its screencast companion. Even if you're not interested in forceTen, I believe it's a good introduction about how Maven works with the NetBean Platform and why it's a great way to resuse others' components in your application.

Enjoy and please provide feedback!

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Miguel Garcia-lopez replied on Sat, 2009/11/28 - 5:23pm

Fabrizio, this is such a great tutorial! I'm following the works you're doing on forceTen and related proyects and I have to say I'm amazed... You are a very skilled programmer and also a great communicator. Congrats for the work and great tutorials, I never miss one if it comes from you.

Fabrizio Giudici replied on Mon, 2009/11/30 - 2:51pm in response to: Miguel Garcia-lopez

Many thanks. Especially in cases such as this post: about 4500 reads and no feedback. Either it's a very good post, or a disaster. Your comment makes me think of the former case :-)

Herme Garcia replied on Sun, 2010/01/03 - 8:00pm

Fabrizio!

 Great video !! ..., was the missing piece on NBPlatform tutorials.

 I've seen twice, you did a great work ... 

Herme Garcia

(Spain)

Nicholas Dunn replied on Wed, 2010/07/28 - 4:18pm

Excellent video - really appreciate the effort that went into this.  Thinking of using your framework in a project I'm working on..

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Cata Nic replied on Tue, 2013/09/03 - 3:12am

 A video is always better than 100 tutorials. Interesting way of thinking. The Maven can be a good solution for you.

Damian O'Neill replied on Thu, 2013/10/10 - 8:33am

Thankyou for this video, very useful.  Could you elaborate on how branding works with maven / netbeans?  Specifically how do you define multiple different brands and select the appropriate one at build time.

Thanks,

Damian.

Muhammad Danial replied on Mon, 2014/03/31 - 10:49am

 Even if you're not interested in forceTen, I believe it's a good introduction about how Maven works with the NetBean Platform and why it's a great way to resuse others' components in your application.

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Muhammad Danial replied on Thu, 2014/04/03 - 8:47am

  You are a very skilled programmer and also a great communicator. Congrats for the work and great tutorials, I never miss one if it comes from you. 

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 Even if you're not interested in forceTen, I believe it's a good introduction about how Maven works with the NetBean Platform and why it's a great way to resuse others' components in your application. 

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Samad Khatri replied on Sun, 2014/04/27 - 10:21am in response to: Damian O'Neill

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Jason Fisher replied on Fri, 2014/08/01 - 4:01pm

Just a heads up - I found this on google today but now the video has been removed from Blip. Could you please share an alternate link.

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