Aspose for Java NetBeans Plugin Supports Aspose.Tasks and Aspose.Diagram Seamlessly

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Aspose announces the Aspose for Java NetBeans plugin version 2.2 that provides seamless integration of Aspose.Tasks and Aspose.Diagram in your favorite NetBeans IDE.

Aspose.Tasks for Java

Aspose.Tasks for Java is a project management API that enables Java application developers to provide Microsoft Project® document manipulation capability in their applications – all without using Microsoft Project®. With this powerful API, developers can control various stages of project management, such as project planning, definition and tracking.

Aspose.Diagram for Java

Aspose.Diagram for Java is a Non-Graphical and well-structured API that allows developers to load, create, save and manipulate Microsoft Visio drawings within a Java application without using Microsoft Visio. It provides better performance and is easier to use to manipulate diagrams and convert files than Microsoft Office Automation.

How to use Aspose.Tasks and Aspose.Diagram in the NetBeans IDE

Create Aspose Application

  1. Create an Aspose application, available under the Java category from the New Project option in NetBeans (detailed steps are mentioned in previous Aspose blog post).
  2. Select Aspose.Tasks and/or Aspose.Diagram from the list of Aspose components while creating Aspose application as mentioned in below image.
  3. Moving forward will download the respective libraries and create your ready to use and automatically configured Aspose application.

Create Aspose Example

  1. Create new Aspose example from the New File option in NetBeans (detailed steps are mentioned in previous Aspose blog post).
  2. Select the desired Aspose component from the selection box and then one if its example as shown in the below image.
  3. Moving forward will embed the selected example in your Aspose application.

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Source Code Available

Aspose Project Wizard for NetBeans is open source and its source code is available on below mentioned major social coding websites. Developers can extend the functionality if they want or learn from it to make their own plugins.

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