By chhandomay on Feb 22, 2009
= Best Maven IDE? -- Java and more, 2/17
Peter Karich showed what is possible with Maven 2.0.9 in NetBeans 6.5 in a step by step tutorial.
love NetBeans 7! -- Nice
The blogger tested a build of NetBeans 7 that according to him was stable, beautiful and really helped him to get his work done. After further testing, he commented, "NetBeans 7 is really going to rock!"
3. NetBeans 6.5, JavaFX 1.0, Groovy and arithmetic training -- Kontrawize, 2/15
Anthony Coates strongly suggested the use of NetBeans for JavaFX development since the IDE offered built-in JavaFX support. He also updated developers about the availability of a slim version of NetBeans that offered bits for Java and JavaFX development, though it was much smaller than the "complete" NetBeans version.
4. Enable JSP editor features for Maven webapp project in NetBeans -- Messages from mrhaki, 2/14
Hubert presented a step by step guide to enable JSP editing features for Maven using NetBeans 6.5.
5. NetBeans IDE support for python and JPython and its usage -- Techtalks, 2/14
Prasanna Seshadri thought NetBeans is poised to become "the best open source IDE for Python and JPython in near future," and presented a tutorial on python and jython projects using NetBeans.
6. NetBeans 7.0 hands-on experience -- Juozas devBlog, 2/13
Juozas shared his experiences testing NetBeans 7.0 as well as the differences from NetBeans 6.5.
7. NetBeans, Komodo Edit, and Bespin -- Fuzzy Tolerance, 2/13
Tobin Bradley was looking forward to trying some recent IDE releases. After giving NetBeans a solid review, Tobin concluded that the IDE was impressive, intuitive and responsive.
8. The Big PHP IDE Test: Why Use One And Which To Choose -- Smashing Magazine, 2/11
The blogger James evaluated popular IDEs and suggested each IDE for different reasons. James concluded that "both PDT and NetBeans are good. ... If editing tools and code completion are more important to you, then pick NetBeans. NetBeans is a bit more responsive, too."