Add this URL to your Eclipse Installation to reach this Solution's Update Site.
Matisse is/was the code name for the well-known WYSIWYG Swing user-interface designer of NetBeans, now called the NetBeans GUI builder. The Matisse4MyEclipse standalone designer, offered by MyEclipse, includes some of the most intuitive and advanced layout and sizing controls of any Swing visual designer today.
Matisse4MyEclipse is an implementation of NetBeans' Matisse that integrates its functionality into MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench to enable the rapid development of Java Swing rich client applications (RCP) within the MyEclipse environment. Developed in partnership with Sun's NetBeans Project, Matisse4MyEclipse offers full control and round trip development between RAD visual design tools and underlying Java Source code. It consists of a form designer with a source mode, an extensible palette of Swing and AWT controls with drag-and-drop placement support, advanced alignment guides and sizing tools as well as property and outline views.
The module is installable on any Eclipse Classic install by utilizing the MyEclipse update site and following the prompts.
1. Be sure Eclipse 3.6.1 "Classic" is installed.
2. Start Eclipse > Select Help > Software Updates > Available Software Tab > Add Site > Enter this URL http://downloads.myeclipseide.com/downloads/products/eworkbench/helios/e...
3. From there you just "Next" your way through the wizard and MyEclipse will be installed for you.
Submitted by Ivan Carrillo Bustos on May 14, 2014 - 23:17
Hi, the both links are down... can u upload again? Thanks a lot.
Submitted by nick on August 2, 2011 - 08:49
hi do you know an other link for download it?
Submitted by Josh Hall on April 6, 2011 - 01:20
... has moved to http://downloads.myeclipseide.com/downloads/products/eworkbench/helios/e...
But yes, it does appear to cost.
Submitted by Missing Name on February 24, 2010 - 16:52
Sigh, just figure out it's a commercial only product. I thought I was doing searches for Open Source products.
Submitted by Missing Name on June 7, 2010 - 12:16
clicking on the url shows nothing.
Any alternative GPL plugin available?
Submitted by Edward Greenop on June 19, 2012 - 12:40
I have found 3 free plugins that work just fine.
This supports swot:
This one supports swing and swot:
and of course this one for swing:
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