NetBeans developer reviews of the week
By chhandomay on Mar 08, 2008
Forward to NetBeans 6.1 -- ZenLinuxNH Blog, 3/4
Linux developer Scott Garman writes how he has been using NetBeans 6.0 more and more because it has been "a boon to my productivity." Despite this, he has been frustrated with bugs in the HTML/RHTML indentation engine, which he has reported and is hopeful will be fixed in NetBeans 6.1.
2. Undroid - Android Plugin for NetBeans -- Android Experience, 3/4
This Android developer highlights the availability of a new plug-in for NetBeans that enables Android application development. He states how these applications can be tested using the Android Emulator. He says that despite the fact that he is not a fan of NetBeans, he decided to try it and found that it does not seem to be compatible with the latest release of the Andoid SDK.
3. Installing NetBeans 6.0 on Ubuntu-7.10 -- James Selvakumar's Blog, 2/24
James Selvakumar discusses how based upon his experience installing NetBeans on Ubuntu, there is some additional information that needs to be added to the NetBeans wiki. The problem stems from the fact that "the package sun-java6-jdk is available in the ubuntu "multiverse" repository which is disabled by default." He then presents his readers with the steps to take to work around this issue.
4. Creating SOAP Web Services with NetBeans 6 -- Another Random Developer Blog, 2/27
Developer Siegfried Boltz posts a detailed tutorial creating web services with NetBeans 6. The post is filled with screen captures and code examples.