Tuesday Aug 21, 2012

Hyperlink Navigation from jQuery selectors

Yesterday I have added small new feature to the jQuery support. Now you can navigate to the css id or classes definition through the hyperlink. So when you place the mouse cursor over an id or a css class and press CTRL / Command key, the id or class changed to the link. After click there is opened the css file with appropriate style definition. 

Thursday May 17, 2012

jQuery Support

In one my post I mentioned that I work on the new JavaScript editor. Today I would like to show a few pictures from new jQuery support. ...[Read More]

Sunday Apr 01, 2012

JavaScript: Code Folding

Today I would like to mention code folding in the new JavaScript editor support, which is available in the continual builds from our server. It's a basic feature, but was mentioned in a comment under the post linked above.

So you can fold comments and every code block between { and }. The current support allows only method folding. The difference is shown ...

[Read More]

Thursday Mar 22, 2012

New JavaScript Editor

We are building new JavaScript support. If you are interested in the better JavaScript editor in NetBeans read more. [Read More]

Monday Jun 09, 2008

Introducing NetBeans for PHP

Hello! This is a blog of the team that works on the PHP development support in NetBeans.

It has been known for a while that NetBeans was no longer just a "Java IDE". There is now support for C/C++ and Ruby/JRuby, NB 6.1 introduced some advanced JavaScript editing features, support for Python, Scala and Erlang are under development... And we are not forgetting about PHP!

Early Access of the NetBeans IDE for PHP was released at the end of April along with NetBeans 6.1, but we haven't found much time to blog about it yet. The team has been busy working on new features that will be available in the final release later this year. Fortunately, others mentioned the early bits and some others noticed, blogged, and even had some nice words about it.

The feedback we have received so far has been very encouraging and we want more of it. After all, the whole point of doing an early access release is to get feedback from the real users. No, it doesn't have to be all positive. In fact, there are a number of areas that need improvement and we realize it. So, constructive criticism, feature ideas and enhancement requests, bug reports... all that stuff is welcome!

Therefore, if you are a PHP developer, no matter how experienced, we would love to hear from you. If you like experimenting and don't mind some rough edges, we would like you to consider giving NetBeans for PHP a try. Either you can download the Early Access bits, or, if you want the latest greatest (and likely less stable), you can try the latest development builds. And if you want to share your observations and ideas, feel free to leave comments in this blog, join the users at php dot netbeans dot org mailing list, or submit your requests and ideas via our bug tracking system. More information on PHP support in NetBeans can be found at php.netbeans.org.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

About

This blogs is written by NetBeans developers who contribute to the PHP support mainly.

Search

Archives
« August 2015
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
      
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
     
Today