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NetBeans IDE 8 Cookbook by Rhawi Dantas, David Salter

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Adding an additional web service into NetBeans

In this chapter, we've looked at recipes that show how to consume different web services easily, all from within NetBeans by simply dragging-and-dropping the web service into an appropriate Java class. NetBeans is supplied with easy access to a wide variety of different web services from Amazon, Delicious, Flickr, Google, StrikeIron, WeatherBug, Zillow, and Zvents.

Although this is a huge number of web services, there are numerous others that aren't included by default within the Services explorer within NetBeans.

In this recipe, we'll see how we can add new web services into the Services explorer so that we can then drag-and-drop these into NetBeans classes, thereby easily consuming the web services ...

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