NetBeans specific annotations to embed the HTML for Java UI into a
Service provider interface
HTMLUI NetBeans Platform specific bindings over standard HTML for Java API.
Validate your dialogs with OnSubmit interface. Write own HTMLViewerSpi to provide own "chrome" for displaying HTML UI components.
FreeGeoIp service no longer works. Removing the default GeoIp location provider.
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look like the the other Swing components.
The HTML UI API for Java revision 1.1 supports technolgy identifiers. Now they can be used via NetBeans annotations as well.
The HTML UI API for Java and NetBeans has been included in the NetBeans platform.
Primary purpose of this API is to allow smooth use of HTML based UI in NetBeans Platform. To achieve that it provides specific annotatations like @OpenHTMLRegistration, but otherwise it builds on the same usecases as the HTML for Java API.
The sources for the module are in the Apache Git repositories or in the GitHub repositories.
The HTML for Java & NetBeans API is a classical NetBeans module. However it depends on other modules provided by the HTML for Java project and those are OSGi bundles. As such, when one decides to use this module, one needs to turn on an OSGi container inside of the NetBeans Platform. It can be either Felix or NetBeans version of Equinox.
Read more about the implementation in the answers to architecture questions.