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From devrant devrant <>
Subject Re: Tutorials for Apache Camel
Date Mon, 25 Jul 2011 19:15:35 GMT
Hi Robert,

    Thanks for the note. I will explore Fuse IDE. I am not religiously
aligned to any particular IDE, but I prefer NetBeans because of the
issue I once faced when trying to run 32--bit version of eclipse on
Windows Vista x64, and that was scary experience. Anyway, they have
64-bit builds now, I believe, and I figured I don't need 64-bit IDE,
so it wasn't that bad.

    Anyway, I believe supporting multiple IDEs is a good idea to get
wide adoption for a particular project, which is why when I see lack
of NetBeans with Apache Camel article on Apache Camel, I jumped to
write a few articles for it.

    Honestly, Apache Camel is a really impressive framework, I have
never believe that you can achieve so much with so little coding.


    Kok Hoor

On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 2:51 AM, Robert J. Liguori <> wrote:
> If you like Camel, you'll love the Fuse IDE for Camel:
> Since you mentioned NetBeans, it made me think of it as it's
> Eclipse-based only at this time, but I would love to see Fuse provide a
> NetBeans version of it.
> -- Robert
> --
> Sincerely,
> Robert J. Liguori
> STG Technologies, Inc.

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