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This sample demonstrates how to load plugins (extensions) such as the measure plugin in your own app. You may need to implement IHeaderControl to get the full UI experience as demonstrated at http://mudnug.wordpress.com/2012/01/31/how-to-load-dotspatial-extensions-into-my-toolbar/
OpenJUMP has since version 1.6 a read/write support for PostGIS out-of-the-box without a need to install an additional plugin. This German tutorial is still up-to-date for the current OpenJUMP version 1.7.1 http://iweb.dl.sourceforge.net/project/jump-pilot/Documentation/OpenJUMP%201.6%20Docs/PostGIS_Tutorial_20.pdf. Tutorial has lots of screen captures so ...
In QGIS 2.2.0 you can use the Add WMS/WMTS Layer menu option directly; then when you create a new connection you need to supply the url to the WMTS capabilities document. When you connect to your WMTS, you then select the Tilesets tab option and select the layer you want to use.
This 1st part of this answer applied mostly to added a toolbox to whitebox using Java; the second part focuses on the somewhat similar, though much easier, processes that currently exists for adding tools using python scripts. Plugin addition using Java Following the instructions on the pdf hosted here will get you 99% of the way there. But after the ...
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