Monday Jun 29, 2009

NetBeans 6.7 Ships!

NetBeans 

The NetBeans Team is proud to announce the availability of NetBeans IDE 6.7!

Download NetBeans 6.7 Now

The focus of NetBeans IDE 6.7 is connectivity—helping developers to connect to the latest technologies and to each other. New features include integration with Project Kenai, a collaborative environment for developers to host their open-source projects; native Maven support, and Hudson integration.

Building on the success of previous releases, NetBeans IDE 6.7 offers enhancements for Java, PHP, Ruby, JavaScript, Groovy and C/C++, and more. Additional highlights include a self-diagnostic Profiler, and support for SVG Rich Components, remote debugging in Ruby, and the latest version of GlassFish. The release also provides plug-in support for Zembly, a single registry and repository for popular Web APIs.

Providing superior support for multiple languages and innovative team support through Project Kenai, the NetBeans IDE 6.7 is the ideal tool for developers to stay connected to their teams and to the latest technologies!

NetBeans IDE 6.7 is available in English, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese and Simplified Chinese. There are several community-contributed localization efforts underway to support additional languages. Join the efforts today.

 More information about NetBeans IDE 6.7:


The NetBeans Team welcomes and encourages feedback about your experience using the IDE. Share your thoughts on the NetBeans mailing lists and forums. If you blog about NetBeans add your blog to Planet NetBeans. Follow NetBeans on Twitter for updates about NetBeans news and development. 

Saturday Dec 27, 2008

Add an Exteral Source Code Repository

Just a reminder that Project Kenai now allows you to add an external source code repository to your project.  Learn how

Friday Dec 19, 2008

How to stay connected with Project Kenai

"How do I stay connected with Project Kenai?" beyond this blog.

 Easy!

  1. Follow us on Facebook
  2. Follow us on Twitter
  3. Become a member of Project Kenai and join our Help Project where we send updates/info to members

Why so many ways? We all have our own preferences on how to stay connected, so we're trying to cover as many bases as possible.  Do we need to be in other places?  Just let us know! Make your voice heard.

Tuesday Dec 16, 2008

Welcome to the Project Kenai Blog

For those new to Project Kenai, it's Sun's foray and foundation for it's developer cloud; a place where developers can come to freely host their open source projects, grow their code in the cloud, and easily connect, communicate, and collaborate with developers sharing similar passions.

 Right now, we offer you an integrated suite of collaboration features:

  • Source code management (Mercurial AND Subversion)
  • Bug tracking
  • Download area
  • Wiki
  • Forum
  • Mailing list
Project Kenai has been live in public beta since September 2008, and participation level has been phenomenal (thanks to everyone who's participating!).  We'll be rolling new features out on a continual basis but, we'd also like to know what you'd like us to focus on.  Simply visit Project Kenai, explore the site to get a flavor of what we're all about, and then click on the "Feedback" tab that floats to the right of any page.

So, it's time to get engaged!  Come join and participate at  Project Kenai. Also, we'll use this blog to share information with you so feel free to bookmark this page!

- The Project Kenai Team
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