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Genady's RMI Plug-in for Eclipse is the comprehensive solution for developing RMI applications. Apart from the automatic generation of RMI stubs, the RMI Plugin makes it simple to configure application's launch Java VM parameters such as security policy a

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  1. RMI Plugin for Eclipse
    Genady's RMI Plug-in for Eclipse is the comprehensive solution for developing RMI applications. Apart from the automatic generation of RMI stubs, the RMI Plugin makes it simple to configure application's launch Java VM parameters such as security policy and the codebase The RMI Registry Inspector analyzes the RMI registry contents in real-time and can call individual methods on the registered objects! When it comes to debugging and monitoring, the RMI Spy will tell you all about application's RMI activity, including call time and data transfer measurement, call highlighting and displaying the actual values of the remote calls. 
     
  2. Inca X Plugin for Eclipse
    Inca X is a visual development and deployment platform for Jini technology that can significantly increase your productivity and reduce time to market by allowing you to concentrate on designing and developing your systems, rather than loosing valuable time & money on setup, configuration and deployment issues.
      
  3. VNClipse-Network
    VNClipse offers a vnc implementation for eclipse. You can manage your remote servers within the eclipse platform. It is implemented on a whole new RFB stack. The current version is 1.3.1 and still beta. Currently it is only tested under eclipse 3.1.0 and the windows operating system (win32) Now supports the ZLIB encoding, which will speed up the remote desktop connections due to smaller traffic. 
     
  4. Proxy Plugin-Network
    The Proxy Plugins lets you launch a proxy from within the eclipse IDE and attach it to a parent proxy that can be password protected. Furthermore the plugin configures the VM to use localhost as http proxy. with this setup all plugins wether they are prepared for http proxies or not can access internet via http. This is especially usefull for the update manager and DTD validation.
      
  5. ESftp-Network
    ESftp is a plugin for eclipse 3.x which allows transfer of files to and from SFTP sites. configuration of SFTP sites can be made on a workbench level or a per project level, directory recurse and create empty directory options are available and more options are planned and obvious directions of further development will be pursued.
      
  6. Google Desktop Search-Network
    Google Desktop Search (GDSearch) uses the Google Desktop Search engine for file searching within Eclipse. It provides a fast alternative for file searching within Eclipse using the Google Desktop Search limited to your current workspace. There is also a quick search option in the toolbar. This is currently a Beta version. Feedback is welcome on bugs or enhancement requests.
     
  7. NewzClipse-Network
    NewzClipse is a full-featured newsreader within Eclipse. It allows subscribing to newsgroups and integrates a fulltext-search from the popup-menu of your workbench.
      
  8. Netwiser
    Netwiser is a unique platform for network software development. It includes a graphical user interface, a network simulator, and a portable C++ framework for creating all types of network-intensive applications. Netwiser eases the difficulty of developing network applications and protocols by providing a higher-level of abstraction for creating network software. 
     
  9. Google Gadget Eclipse plugin
    EGadget Plugin is used to integrate any Google Gadget into your Eclipse environment. It built-in three Google Gadget views: Google Calender, Google Talk and Google Map. It has following features: * Integrated your favorite Google Gadget into your favorite Eclipse IDE * Allow user to customize each Google Gadget (such as size, color) by modify plugin.xml
     

     

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Posted on: February 28, 2008

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