YQL Console for NetBeans - plugin detail
It's the YQL! Console embedded on NetBeans. With some nice features, i hacked some phps from Yahoo in order to make it happens! Take a look, it's quite funtional,
YQL! Console link: http://developer.yahoo.com/yql/console/
It's my contribution on Yahoo Open Hack 2010 (In Brazil).
|2012-03-23 19:41:25||wsantos||Plugin edited, id:27552, pubid:27552|
|2012-03-23 19:41:24||wsantos||Plugin edit initiated||
Download size: 0.02 MB
Last Update: 2012-03-23
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It's the YQL! Console embedded on NetBeans. With some nice features, i hacked some phps from Yahoo in order to make it happens! Take a look, it's quite funtional, Screenshot: YQL! Console for NetBeans in Action. YQL! Console
Wait for new releases, or take a look in my blog http://netfeijao.blogspot.com/
It's my contribution to the Yahoo Open Hack 2010 (In Brazil).
What is YQL?
The Yahoo! Query Language is an expressive SQL-like
language that lets you query, filter, and join data across
Web services. With YQL, apps run faster with fewer lines
of code and a smaller network footprint.
Yahoo! and other websites across the Internet make much
of their structured data available to developers, primarily
through Web services. To access and query these services,
developers traditionally endure the pain of locating the
right URLs and documentation to access and query each Web
With YQL, developers can access and shape data across
the Internet through one simple language, eliminating the
need to learn how to call different APIs.
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Unable to install this plug-in
I am using the nightly build.
Unable to install this plug-in since I don't have some of the pre-requisite plug-ins already installed.
The installer does not let me install these required plug-in either.
Its asking for:
-> beanbinding 1.0
-> com.apache.commons 1.0
-> restclient 1.0
I did a search for each one in the default repositories but nothing found.
Posted by azizur on Apr 29, 2010