NetBeans 6.1, The Only IDE You Need!

If you are ever wondering what is NetBeans, its really the confluence of world's best 'Three'

  1. A very popular IDE (Integrated Development Environment), which is open source
  2. One of the richest Platform, comprised of enormous set of Module and Plugins
  3. A large Thriving Community of Subscribers, and growing by the day

NetBeans 6.1 IDE is completely developed on Java technology known for its portability and interoperability. NetBeans 6.1 is the "The Only IDE You Need!" to develop applications in almost any programming language. It's available on OS platform of your choice, Oracle Solaris, Microsoft Windows, Linux, Mac OS Intel. Build and manage entire Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) within the single, most popular NetBeans 6.1 IDE.

History of NetBeans goes back to the year 1996, developed as an academic project by the students of Prague University. Sun Microsystems sponsored the project www.netbeans.org in year 2000. Rich NetBeans Platform was born in 2001. The Platform comprises of extensive Packages and APIs, extendedable to rapidly build Rich Client applications. In 2006 NetBeans 5.0 was launched with comprehensive Module development support. NetBeans 6.x witnessed enhancements in Platform development e.g. Swing GUI builder (Matisse) among many other new features.

My slide set 1). NetBeans 6.1 IDE (preso) and 2). NetBeans Platform (preso).


Recommended by Geertjan WielengaNetBeans Platform Certified Engineering teaching resources, under Slides on Specialized Technical Topics and the Main NetBeans Platform APIs as "Excellent technical overview, covering the user interface support in NetBeans IDE, as well as the main NetBeans APIs."

Refer http://edu.netbeans.org/contrib/slides/netbeans-platform



Comments:

Cool ! Welcome to the world of blogging :)

Posted by Sajit on July 31, 2008 at 10:05 AM IST #

Hi Satya,

Me and my teammates are interested in WebEx sessions. I am right now trying to work on NetBeans, so I would be interested in that and I will be equally interested in GlassFish sessions. Regarding GlassFish - What are all the feature it provides and framworks it supports can be a good thing to start with followed by How to migrate from other to GlassFish will be important. May after that we can proceed with clustering and advance topics. Regarding NetBeans RCP - A small but real time application if planned and developed, it would be good option and custumizing the default output can be another thing. This is just a opinion I have but your experience and knowledge will not only fulfill but exceed the essintial requirements. Overall, whenever you have any session over WebEx, we are interested.

Posted by Abhideep Chakravarty on December 02, 2008 at 06:13 AM IST #

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