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Debugging a JNI Application using Netbeans and Visual Studio

, 14 May 2012
This article shows how to create a Java Swing GUI application in Netbeans and interface it with JNI DLL.
NativeAdd.zip
NativeAdd
NativeAdd.suo
NativeGUI.zip
NativeGUI
build
classes
.netbeans_automatic_build
nativegui
manifest.mf
nbproject
genfiles.properties
private
config.properties
private.properties
project.properties
src
META-INF
services
org.jdesktop.application.Application
nativegui
NativeGUIAboutBox.form
NativeGUIView.form
resources
about.png
busyicons
busy-icon0.png
busy-icon1.png
busy-icon10.png
busy-icon11.png
busy-icon12.png
busy-icon13.png
busy-icon14.png
busy-icon2.png
busy-icon3.png
busy-icon4.png
busy-icon5.png
busy-icon6.png
busy-icon7.png
busy-icon8.png
busy-icon9.png
idle-icon.png
NativeGUIAboutBox.properties
NativeGUIApp.properties
NativeGUIView.properties
splash.png
test

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Sharjith
Engineer Tata Technologies Ltd
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Sharjith is a Mechanical Engineer with strong passion for Automobiles, Aircrafts and Software development.

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