Andrea Patricelli commented on SYNCOPE-1220:

Hi Rohan,

nice to meet you and glad to hear about your interest!

In order to participate to Gsoc, you should follow instructions 

To get started I suggest first to study a bit what and IDM is and so what 
Syncope is and does. You can refer to 
You should also be able to run Syncope on your environment and get the latest 
Netbeans version.

Please read carefully description of the issue. Don't be scared or worried 
about the concepts that you'll encounter, there will be time to go deep. You 
should have a general idea on what Syncope is and does. What, instead, must be 
clear is:
- where you should put hands. Something has to be developed from scratch, other 
stuff has to be only extended (use the existing classes, dependencies, etc.).
- requirements
- technologies to use
- goal
- concrete proposal (not an abstract or difficult-to-implement idea).
- how to run Syncope and let current Netbeans plugin work
- knowledge of Apache Maven and how to develop a plugin in netbeans (please see 
the current Netbeans plugin implementation).

> Support Groovy implementations in the Netbeans IDE plugin
> ---------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: SYNCOPE-1220
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SYNCOPE-1220
>             Project: Syncope
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>          Components: ide
>            Reporter: Francesco Chicchiriccò
>            Priority: Major
>              Labels: gsoc2018, netbeans
>             Fix For: 2.1.0
> SYNCOPE-956 introduced the possibility to provide Groovy-based 
> implementations.
> The Netbeans IDE plugin should be extended to support this.

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