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Getting started with OpenLaszlo and NetBeans IDE

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Getting started with OpenLaszlo and NetBeans IDE

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OpenLaszlo is a Flash-based Rich Internet Application (RIA) web framework.

Sotohiro Terashima's screencast shows you how to install the OpenLaszlo Plugin and create a new OpenLaszlo-based web application.

Get the latest OpenLaszlo plugin for the NetBeans IDE from Sotohiro Terashima's and Jacek Furmankiewicz's nbopenlaszlosupport.dev.java.net page.

The plugin works with the NetBeans IDE version 5.5.1, 6.0 or 6.1.

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