ImagePlugin - plugin detail

We often have to include image files in our projects. To select a proper image and its suitability we need the help of image viewer. But it would be nice if we can open and edit the images from within the IDE. The Plug in enables the user to open and edit image files from within the IDE thus saving him the unnecessary overload of opening image viewers separately while choosing images to add to project.

NetBeans Plugin - ImagePlugin
Plugin owner: jay_mahadeokar
Website: http://novicenetbeans.blogspot.com/
Added: 2008-04-02
License: GPL
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Introduction

Image utility PlugIn for NetBeans: ABSTRACT: The plug-in provides the basic functionality for image processing. It provides facilities for performing basic operations on images. It provides functions for cropping, rotating, shearing an image and also converting it to grey scale. The application User Interface is built using Net Beans IDE 6.0. To perform image processing operations Java Advanced Image Processing API have been used which serve as a wrapper around the images. The plugin was developed using a Image application which was part of our VI Semester Mini Project. Team Members of the project were: 1. Jay Mahadeokar 2. Sumit Roy 3. Priyanka Singh Year: III Year BE. Branch: Computer Science and Engineering. College: SRKNEC , Nagpur. India. Steps to run: 1. Install the JAI API. The setups can be downloaded at: https://jai.dev.java.net/binary-builds.html#Stable_builds_1.1.4 2. Resolve reference problems if any 3. Run the netbeans module project "Images-Plugin" that has been supplied. Note: The API are for windows environment. For linux or Solaris please download the setups from official JAI website.

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User Comments

  

Good For a Start

I really enjoyed using this plug-in. I have to edit lots of images for my projects (generally web based) and hence, always have to rely upon external editors. This plug-in simplified my job.

However, i would really like to see more improvements in terms of ease of use coming up!
Posted by vasusen on Oct 22, 2008
  

Important!! The JAI Set Ups can be found here..

It is necessary to install the JAI API before you run the project. Please download them for your platform. They are available here: https://jai.dev.java.net/binary-builds.html#Stable_builds_1.1.4
Posted by jay_mahadeokar on Apr 02, 2008
  

Important!! The JAI Set Ups can be found here..

It is necessary to install the JAI API before you run the project. Please download them for your platform. They are available here: https://jai.dev.java.net/binary-builds.html#Stable_builds_1.1.4
Posted by jay_mahadeokar on Apr 02, 2008
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