....with sample codes, that is. There's a new NetBeans 6.0 plugin that installs all the samples from Romain Guy and Chet Hasse's Filthy Rich Clients book straight into New Project wizard. Note: You need to be in a NetBeans 6.0 build, such as Beta 1, to make use of this plugin.
Intland, a NetBeans strategic partner, is inviting NetBeans users to participate in its codeBeamer - NetBeans ALM Module project. The NetBeans plugin provides a complete view of any codeBeamer artifact and gives the user the possibility of assigning a Source Code commit to an existing Task (SCM Loop).
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Want a quick, printable overview of all the plugins that are installed in your IDE, together with all those that are available in your Plugin Manager? Geertjan Wielenga has created a new plugin that provides this information in a table.
Thanks to Charlie Hunt, there's a Project Packager plugin available for NetBeans 6.0. Originally developed by Roman Strobl, the Project Packager plugin allows you to import & export NetBeans projects with ease. You can also e-mail an exported NetBeans project.
Visit the NetBeans Plugin Portal to get the Project Packager and the other cool plugins mentioned in this issue!
This tutorial shows the steps to building the Rails project described in an Arun Gupta jMaki screencast. Add both a Yahoo table and a Dojo table to a page and fill them with data from a database table. Then add two buttons and use the publish/subscribe mechanism so that the buttons can talk to the tables.
In this quick NetBeans.tv piece, Tor Norbye demonstrates the code completion feature of the NetBeans Ruby Editor. Visit NetBeans.tv for more Ruby tips from Tor and for other cool demos and screencasts.
This tutorial gives you a brief overview on how to use the Project Woodstock component set and NetBeans to build portlets.
NetBeans Evangelist Brian Leonard wondered what it would take to replace ActiveRecord with JPA in the classic Ruby on Rails blog demo. Read on to see the results.
A technical article introducing you to extensibility in Java applications. It makes use of key concepts in the Java Platform and in particular, the NetBeans Platform.
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