This project is to create a development environment for Java code to be deployed on a restricted Java platform such as Java Card or Embedded Java that supports performing unit test on the code using full Java. This project first aim is to create NetBean modules to support Java Card.
jLogMan displays the current state of java.util.logging's Loggers and Handlers in an "Outline" (a tree table widget). With it you can create new Loggers and Handlers and change logging levels. There are Actions to save/restore logging configurations to/from files and an option to apply the configuration at startup. It can be dropped into any swing app (tested with jre 1.6 and 1.7); there is a NetBeans plugin. See the wiki for details and docs.
Developpez.com (http://www.developpez.com) is the largest french-speaking community of IT professionals. The Java zone of Developpez.com (http://java.developpez.com) including Eclipse, NetBeans, and Spring zones is considered as a Virtual Java User Group.
Creating ER diagrams for existing databases. It's an easy way to document your db. Currently only PostgreSQL, MySQL and JavaDB are supported but adding other dbs is not difficult. Viewer exists as a standalone app or a Netbeans module. Our code is under BSD licence (you can do with it whatever you want) but it can use other opensource libraries that may be on other licence (like GPL). See wiki for manual and help.
A generic application framework based on the NetBeans Platform for JavaFX 2.0 application developers. It consists of NetBeans modules replacing NetBeans RCP Swing components with JavaFX equivalents. Constructs are included enabling other components to be replaced. The point is not to rewrite the world, but to change it. For example, instead of creating new filesystem folders, as the "eFX" project does, existing folders are used, but are loaded into JavaFX toolbars and JavaFX menubars.
General purpose geographical viewer component in swing and javafx. Data and API separated from the visualisation technology (Swing or JavaFX). Merger of JXMapViewer, JFXMapPanel and the AgroSense geoviewer