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Griffon and Netbeans Platform

 
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Thanks a lot for sharing with us, Andres and Danno. Griffon is really interresting and very promising.

For some projects about to begin, I was planning to use the Netbeans Platform. Now I am wondering whether combining Netbeans Platform + Griffon is possible, and if so, how? Or do you advise against this kind of adventure?

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Thierry
 
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Hi Thierry,

It certainly is possible. You would have to choose which framework is the lead though. Either you bootstrap the application using NBP and somehow instantiate Griffon components and MVC groups; or you bootstrap a Griffon application and call NBP modules.

This is a question that appears form time to time but to be really honest noone has actually come back and told us about their experience. I'm not an NB user myself so I really can't say much about the whole experience. I hope I can change that in the future.

Cheers,
Andres
 
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Andres,

This is encouraging! I'll improve my Griffon skills so I'll be able to make some experiments one of these days. Actually, I am diving into Griffon since a few days, and can't refrain to explore it deeper. I suspect that I won't talk about NBP anymore in a few weeks, as I realize Griffon's power ;). Thanks to the griffon guide and to your blog!

Thank you so much Andres!
 
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