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  • December 29, 2011

Released: NetBeans Platform 7, The Book

Geertjan Wielenga
Product Manager
It's here:

I bought the eBook this morning, a matter of a few clicks and you've got the latest NetBeans Platform book, on NetBeans Platform 7, by Heiko Boeck.

http://www.apress.com/9781430241010

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Structure of the NetBeans Platform
  3. The NetBeans Module System
  4. The OSGi Framework
  5. Lookup Concept
  6. Actions
  7. Data and Files
  8. Tips and Tricks
  9. Menubar and Toolbar
  10. Window System
  11. Statusbar and Progressbar
  12. Nodes and Explorer
  13. Dialogs and Wizards
  14. Visual Library
  15. Tips and Tricks
  16. Help System
  17. Output Window
  18. Navigator
  19. Properties
  20. Options and Settings
  21. Palette
  22. Palette API
  23. Tasklist API
  24. Quick Search API
  25. Auto Update Services API
  26. Java DB
  27. Hibernate
  28. Java Persistence API
  29. MySQL and EclipseLink
  30. Web Services
  31. Java Beans (JEE)
  32. RESTful Web Services
  33. Authentication and Multi-User Login
  34. Internalization and Localization
  35. Branding and Packaging
  36. Update of a NetBeans Platform Application
  37. Maven and the NetBeans Platform
  38. Eclipse IDE and the NetBeans Platform
  39. From Eclipse to NetBeans
  40. IntelliJ IDEA and the NetBeans Platform
  41. NetBeans Swing GUI Builder
  42. Testing NetBeans Platform Applications
  43. Debugging with the NetBeans DIE
  44. MP3 Manager

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Comments ( 2 )
  • guest Wednesday, July 18, 2012

    ...except that, unfortunately, it is an absolutely awful book for someone who is new to Netbeans Platform development. The author frequently mentions concepts and classes that he hasn't yet covered, but writes as if the reader is already supposed to know about them. The English translation is absolutely terrible. Just a horrible book.


  • Geertjan Wednesday, July 18, 2012

    Drop me an e-mail at geertjan dot wielenga at oracle dot com and I'll send you a different book on the NetBeans Platform, one that you'll probably like better.


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