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From Piero Sartini <>
Subject Re: [s2] Proposal: Rest Plugin
Date Tue, 23 Oct 2007 14:31:42 GMT
Am Dienstag, 23. Oktober 2007 16:02:01 schrieb Ted Husted:
> Does NetBeans bundle a database now? Along with Spring 2, Hibernate 3,
> and Struts 1 (not to mention Tapestry), MyEclipse 6 also includes
> Tomcat and Derby, so it is, in fact, an end- to-end, full-stack
> solution.

If you choose to install the Web&JavaEE part there is Tomcat 6 and Glassfish 
V2 bundled. JavaDB (Apache Derby) is used as a database. You may add Struts1, 
JSF or Visual Web Toolkit to your project (There are plugins for GWT and 
others in the plugin manager).

Together with Mobility Toolkit, UML, (J)Ruby and Rails and real good Maven2 
integration I would consider it an full end-to-end solution as well :-)
But I never looked at MyEclipse, so I cannot say much about the differences.

For a quick overview of the features of nb6 you may look at:


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