Flexbean - plugin detail

FlexBean is a Netbeans' plug-in for Netbeans 6.5. It aims to provide a Flex support - new Flex IDE - for your lovely Netbeans IDE.

NetBeans Plugin - Flexbean
Plugin owner: nononbm
Website: http://sourceforge.net/projects/flexbean/
Added: 2008-09-12
License: GPL
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Downloaded: 4,470 times
Rating:
 4.13, by 5 users

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Download plugin   Download size: N/A   Last Update: 2009-02-11

What's new in this version

1.1.1 released ! Works (compile & run) on Mac OS

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Introduction

FlexBean is a Netbeans' plug-in for Netbeans 6.5. It aims to provide a Flex support for Netbeans IDE.
So, you can :
  • Create Flex Application/Component projects
  • Create new mxml, as files
  • Compile
  • Run
  • Set Flex SDK

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User Comments

  

Can we help

I would love to have Flex/ActionScript editing inside NetBeans 7.x so if we can help with plugin development let us know!
Posted by hobbis on Jul 02, 2013
  

Is there a latest version of Flexbean

Hi All,

I have Netbeans 7.0 and would like to do Flex development in it. Can you please advice is there a new plugin for this as the above 6.5 seems to be 2 years old.

Well my requirement was to develop a drag & drop UI interface for my application if there is a better approach please let me.

Thanks & Regards,
Sai
Posted by saikrishna186 on Jul 01, 2011
  

ActionScript 3?

Does this plugin support pure AS3 development or just MXML?
Posted by judahtanthony on Aug 11, 2010
  

ActionScript 3?

Does this plugin support pure AS3 development or just MXML?
Posted by judahtanthony on Aug 11, 2010
  

Update Netbeans 6.0->6.1

If you update your Netbeans from 6.0 to 6.1, don't forget to update plugins too.(Tools->Plugins)
Posted by nononbm on Oct 21, 2008
  

Installing Flexbean

I download your plugin and install my new update Netbeans 6.0 into 6.1 but the message is like this

Ant [module org.apache.tools.ant.module/3 > 3.29.0.2] Swing Layout Extensions integration [module org.jdesktop.layout/1 > 1.5] Progress API [module org.netbeans.api.progress/1 > 1.11.0.1] Ant-Based Project Support [module org.netbeans.modules.project.ant/1 > 1.19] Project API [module org.netbeans.modules.projectapi/1 > 1.14] Project UI API [module org.netbeans.modules.projectuiapi/1 > 1.29.0.6] Dialogs API [module org.openide.dialogs > 7.6] Execution API [module org.openide.execution > 1.11] Explorer & Property Sheet API [module org.openide.explorer > 6.13] File System API [module org.openide.filesystems > 7.8] Datasystems API [module org.openide.loaders > 6.9] Module System API [module org.openide.modules > 7.6] Nodes API [module org.openide.nodes > 7.3.0.1] Text API [module org.openide.text > 6.18.1] Utilities API [module org.openide.util > 7.12.0.1] Window System API [module org.openide.windows > 6.20]

What exactly package do i need to install on my machine.

Thank you very much.
Posted by dasaint_gray on Oct 17, 2008
  

compatible with netbeans 6.5 beta?

i'm getting a nullpointer error when i try to install the flex3 sdk, although, the plug-in itself installs fine on 6.5.

thanks.
Posted by eogreen on Sep 22, 2008
  

Re: compatible with netbeans 6.5 beta?

Sorry, no tests done for Netbeans 6.5 :( . I work on Netbeans 6.1 only (+Ubuntu OS)
Posted by nononbm on Sep 22, 2008
  

How can I add Flex SDK?

In netbeans what variable the plugin get?
Posted by ryaboshapka on Sep 19, 2008
  

Sounds Great!

Flex without Eclipse? Brilliant!
Posted by bilfurd on Sep 19, 2008
  

Re:How can I add Flex SDK?

Some help is on the Sourceforge forum...

Add Flex SDK with Netbeans->Tools->Flex Platform ...

You have to download a Flex SDK before... ;)
Posted by nononbm on Sep 19, 2008
  

great

I know there is a lot of stuff TO DO.. but thanks for your effort!

There is some way to help?? Obvioulsy if u need another programmer please tell us where contact you..

:D
Posted by marioko on Sep 12, 2008
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