Saturday Jul 04, 2009

Netbeans and Drupal Session Reboots Gloss and SASTRA OSUM

Welcome Back,

           Long since I wrote a blog on my events and the reason behind this is just simple I was enjoying my holls.It is almost a week since my college started and I also thought,we can make some interesting stuff this time.So I asked my fellow mates about what they need is Drupal and Developement.So I decided to use Netbeans Plugin for Drupal and give a deep dive on Content Management system.So I also included for the session.

         I started off with a simple quote from Albert einstein and then gave them importance of Ready-made Open source software,and explained them the need for using CMS and Installed Drupal and joomla and gave them some tips on how to use Drupal and Joomla.Then we had a look at the Netbeans and Drupal Combination and then we had a brainstroming questions session on the Web.

       It was nice to meet all the SASTRA OSUM members after a long time and also the discussion on the session was also healthy.

Overall a Good Start!


Tuesday Jun 30, 2009

I am in Cloud Nine or u? Netbeans 6.7 Released

Netbeans 6.7 was released on 29.06.2009 with real cool features.It is the release I was waiting for a long time as it has enhanced PHP support.

List of new feautures,

- Create Kenai-hosted projects from within the IDE
- Manage your Kenai projects and collaborate with like-minded developers
- File issue tracking reports with Jira and Bugzilla

- Library dependency graph viewer
- Improved code completion for Maven plugin parameters
- Support for Java EE, Web Services creation and consumption

- PHP Unit support
- Code coverage and Selenium support
- SQL code completion in the PHP editor

- Out-of-the-box support for Grails 1.1
- Code completion
- Invoke Grails command or custom script from context menu item

- Hudson services integration for Ant and Maven projects
- Generated source roots now displayed in the Projects tab
- Struts library migrated to version 1.3.8

- Glassfish v3 Prelude instance with pre-configured Derby (Java DB) integration
- Code completion support for GlassFish v3 Prelude

- Remote debugging support
- Improvements to Ruby constants support

- DLight profiling tools for C++ projects
- Integrated support of popular Qt library and tools

- Export profiling data into CSV, HTML and XML formats
- HeapWalker supports OQL queries

- Bundled with the Java Platform Micro Edition Software Development Kit 3.0
- Support for the Java Card Platform 3.0
- Full support for SVG Rich Components in the Visual Mobile Designer

                   They have also promised to release the next release with JavaFX support.I think with all these new cool features Netbeans is all set for next Developer 2000 award.

Good Luck Netbeans!

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