Using jMaki in a Visual Development Environment
jMaki has nice IDE support in NetBeans with plenty of wizards to get you started. Since jMaki provides a nice component model you can use the visual editor to wire together the UI of a web application in your IDE. Since a big part of web application development is getting the layout right, jMaki comes with several layouts right out of the box, all you do is select the template you want to use from the IDE.
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