Monday Dec 03, 2007

NetBeans IDE 6.0 Released: Get the NB Magazine!


NetBeans IDE 6.0 is here, and with it, a new issue of the free NetBeans Magazine discussing what's new and cool!



  • Roman tells you why so many people started using NetBeans as Ruby IDE,
  • Osvaldo demonstrates advanced profiling on real code examples,
  • Janice introduces you to the IDE localization teams,
  • Peter uses the NetBeans IDE to create RESTful Web Services,
  • Emilian shows you how he builds NetBeans Modules with Maven,
  • Geertjan introduces you to projects that add support for more languages to the IDE using Schlieman, and
  • Fabrizio shows you how he uses the Visual Library to do graph manipulation and visualization beyond the mere basics.


Download the full PDF to print it, or download individual chapters as PDF to read.

Tuesday Nov 20, 2007

Survey: Is NetBeans 6.0 Ready for FCS?

The NetBeans 6.0 IDE is approaching FCS, and we want your feedback: Is NetBeans 6.0 Ready?

If you've downloaded and tried the current release candidate of the IDE, take our brief Community Acceptance Survey and give us your thoughts. The survey is open till 12 a.m., Sunday, November 25th in the last timezone.

(Note: You need to log on to NetBeans.org to participate.)

Monday Oct 29, 2007

Dear NetBeans Expert....

Is there an obfuscator function in NetBeans? How can I run/invoke JavaFx code from a NetBeans module? What is the current status of PHP support in NetBeans?....

Check out the transcript of the week-long Q&A session between NetBeans users and NetBeans Experts Judith Lilienfeld, Brian Leonard and David
Botterill.

Ask the Experts Transcript: NetBeans 6.0

Friday Oct 26, 2007

Java EE Screencasts

Watch these new screencasts from Arun Gupta: Create a Secure and Reliable Web Service Using Metro/GlassFish and NetBeans IDE 6.0 and JRuby Module in GlassFish Update Center.

Friday Oct 19, 2007

Video Interview: Roman Strobl of the NetBeans Team

In this interview with Roman Strobl of the NetBeans team, Java.sun.com staff writer Ed Ort talks with Roman at Milan Tech Days to learn about the most significant new features in NetBeans IDE 6.0. Check it out.

Wednesday Sep 26, 2007

Using Java Persistence API Within a Visual Web Application

NetBeans IDE 6.0, the Visual Web tools, and Java Persistence API (JPA) give you greater flexibility for writing database-dependent applications. Read this article to understand why.

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