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NetBeans IDE 7 Cookbook by Rhawi Dantas

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Creating a web service client

In this recipe, we will use Google Maps to show how NetBeans enables developers to quickly create an application using web services provided by third parties.

Getting ready

It is required to have NetBeans with Java EE support installed to continue with this recipe.

If this particular NetBeans version is not available in your machine, please visit:

http://netbeans.org

We will use the GlassFish Server in this recipe, since it is the only server that supports Java EE 6 at the moment.

For our recipe to work, we will need a valid key for the Google Maps API. The key can be found at:

http://code.google.com/apis/maps/signup.html

On the site, we will generate the key. Tick the box that says I have read and agree with the terms ...

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