James Selvakumar’s Blog

September 27, 2009

Developing a simple pluggable java application

Filed under: java,netbeans — James @ 1:56 pm
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Most of the applications we use on daily basis are pluggable. Popular applications like Firefox, Eclipse, NetBeans, JEdit, WordPress, Hudson are all pluggable. In fact, pluggability has played a major part in the success of most of these applications. Why not make the Java applications we develop pluggable as well? Yes, we get pluggability out of the box, if our applications are based on a rich client platform like NetBeans or Eclipse. But for some reasons if you decide not to use those platforms, it doesn’t mean that they should not be pluggable. In this article, we will learn how to write a simple pluggable application that will load it’s plugins dynamically.

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2 Comments »

  1. I’m developing a chat program which should be pluggable. Meaning another developer is able to write additional code, compile it to some format and the main application can use that new plugin to perform additional tasks. hire a programmer

    Comment by Helen Eliot — April 17, 2012 @ 3:00 pm | Reply

  2. As far as I know, Java application development is for all platforms, so a pluggable application can work smoothly on most domains.

    Comment by java application development — September 14, 2012 @ 4:48 am | Reply


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