Java Spotlight Episode 64: NetBeans 7.1 Release

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Interview with Geertjan Wielenga, Principal Product Manger in Oracle Developer Tools, on NetBeans 7.1 release.

Joining us this week on the Java All Star Developer Panel are Dalibor Topic, Java Free and Open Source Software Ambassador and Daniel deOliveira, Java Champion and DFJUG Leader.

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Show Notes

News





Events

  • January 17, 2012, BeJUG BruJUG Oracle New Year event (“EclipseLink:  The Evolution of Java Persistence in Java EE 7”), Vilvoorde, Belgium
  • Jan 20th, EclipseLink @ Riviera JUG, Sophia Antipolis, France
  • Jan 23-27, OOP 2012, Munich, Germany
  • Jan 23-25, International Oracle User Group Summit (invitation only)
  • Jan. 24, OTN Virtual Developer Day WebLogic 12c (US)
  • Feb. 7, OTN Virtual Developer Day WebLogic 12c (EMEA/Russia)
  • Feb. 9, OTN Virtual Developer Day WebLogic 12c (Asia)
  • Feb 4-5, FOSDEM, Brussels, Belgium
  • Feb 13-15, Jfokus, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Feb 28 - Mar 1, Embedded World, Nuremberg, Germany
  • March 5-9, QCon London 2012
  • March 19–21, 33degree, Krakow, Poland
  • March 26-29, EclipseCon, Reston, USA
  • April 18–20, Devoxx France, Paris
  • April 4-5, JavaOne Japan




Feature Interview


Geertjan Wielenga is a Principal Product Manager in Oracle Developer Tools for NetBeans. NetBeans IDE 7.1 introduces support for JavaFX 2.0 by enabling the full compile/debug/profile development cycle for JavaFX 2.0 applications. The release also provides significant Swing GUI Builder enhancements, CSS3 support, and tools for visual debugging of Swing and JavaFX user interfaces. Additional highlights include Git support integrated into the IDE, new PHP debugging features, various JavaEE and Maven improvements, and more.



Mail Bag




What’s Cool

  • jedit - the programmers text editor - multiplatform, 100% Java
  • Tomcat microcluster with embedded Java and plug computers
  • Debian popularity contest statistics for openjdk-6-jre for the first time above 30% : http://robilad.livejournal.com/109480.html



Show Transcripts

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Comments:

Thanks four your effort to produce this podcast.

I have to addmit to JEdit in the "What's cool".

I'm using this editor a lot especially the FTP and outline plugin.

FTP supports ftp & sftp to work on files on remote systems through ftp or sftp.
Also the file browser can work over this connection to act like on a local filesystem.

Outline does some syntax tree generation depending on configuration in SideKick.
This allows to modfiy traces to get a syntax tree like in classes.
The default is here {{{ and }}}, but the markers are configurable, even with
regular expressions.

Posted by Ewald Ertl on January 16, 2012 at 11:29 PM PST #

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