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YANPA: SweetHome3D on the NetBeans Platform

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YANPA: SweetHome3D on the NetBeans Platform

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Here is a short announcement on the porting of the popular SweetHome3D 3.1 to the NetBeans Platform.

It is fully functional, but not fully NetBeans Platform compliant yet. The aim is to port it to be fully compliant with the NetBeans Platform, both externally and internally. I'm already using Nodes for the home and its content, and the furniture catalog, but there's still lots of other things left. Another TODO is to port the help to JavaHelp, currently only EN and ES.

It was (is) very exciting to work on it and has pushed me to learn a lot while doing it.

Screenshots

Here I let you see some screenshots. Enjoy them and, especially, criticize them!

Splash screen:

 Splash Screen

Main window:

Editing a Home

Options panel:

The options page

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