Portal Pack 3.0 Milestone 2 modules support the complete life cycle of portlet application development. Using the Portal Pack modules, you can develop, package, deploy, and test portlet applications for deployment on Sun GlassFish Web Space Server. The new features in the Portal Pack for NetBeans 6.5 IDE are:
Generic Portlets (JSR 168/286) – This plugin supports you to develop JSR 168/286 generic portlets in the NetBeans IDE.
Visual Portlet Builder (JSF Portlet) – This module enables portlet developers to build JSF based portlet applications in NetBeans by dragging and dropping components on the WYSIWYG Visual Editor.
Spring MVC Portlet Plugin – This module supports you to create portlets based on the Spring MVC Portlet Framework.
OpenPortal Portlet Container Plugin – This plugin provides support to integrate the OpenPortal Portlet Container. You can deploy the portlets that you develop in the NetBeans IDE, directly to the OpenPortal Portlet Container by designating the portlet container as the run-time server for a portlet application. For more information, see the OpenPortal Portlet Container website.
Sun GlassFish Web Space Server/Liferay Plugin – This plugin supports the integration of Sun GlassFish Web Space Server/Liferay Server within the NetBeans IDE.
Sun GlassFish Web Space Server Portlets (Ruby, PHP, and Groovy) – This plugin supports the development of Ruby, PHP, and Groovy portlets, which you can deploy on Sun GlassFish Web Space Server.
Sun GlassFish Web Space Server/Liferay Service Builder Plugin – This plugin provides support to the Liferay Service builder within the NetBeans IDE.
Sun GlassFish Web Space Server Tag Library Palette – This plugin provides a JSP tag library palette for Sun GlassFish Web Space Server/Liferay specific tag library.
SAW Plugin – A NetBeans plugin for SAW.
CMS Tag Library Plugin – A NetBeans plug-in for CMS.
Sun Java System Portal Server 7.1/7.2 Plugin – This plugin provides support for the Sun Java System Portal Server 7.1 or 7.2 server integration within the NetBeans IDE.
For more information, visit the portal pack project web site.