Portal Pack 2.0 Beta is now available. New features in this release include:
* Support for both Portlet 1.0 (JSR 168) and 2.0 (JSR 286 Public Draft 1)
* Option for adding a new Public Render Parameter through UI
* A new wizard to create portlet filters, and more.
* Bundling the OpenLaszlo 4.0.2 library into NetBeans's libraries list
* Recognizing .lzx files as XML and opening them in the XML editor with full Navigator support
* Providing XML code completion, and more.
The SQE/FindBugs plugin for NetBeans IDE 6.0 Beta 1 has addressed its update center issues. The SQE update center and its plugins can be added to NetBeans IDE 6.0 by following the instructions here.
Roman Strobl demonstrates the NetBeans Ruby Debugger and highlights many debugging features in this fast-paced screencast.
This tutorial describes how to build relationships (one-to-one and one-to-many) between models in a NetBeans Ruby on Rails project.
This screencast from Arun Gupta shows how a Secure and Reliable Web service can be easily developed, deployed and invoked using NetBeans 6.o.
Adam Myatt, author of the Pro NetBeans book series, puts the performance of the NetBeans 6.0 IDE Beta to the test by profiling it with itself. Read on for the results!
The NetBeans Community Docs program is growing--52 contributions and counting! To handle the influx of docs--and find more great ones--Community Docs manager James Branam has tapped Amit Kumar Saha to be the Community Docs Contribution Coordinator. Find out more about Amit and about contributing to the Docs program.
Welcome to the NetBeans Community Docs Team, Amit!
The votes have been counted and the new community representatives of the Autumn 2007 NetBeans Governance Board are Wade Chandler and Tom Wheeler, both of the NetBeans Dream Team. The third member and Sun Microsystems appointee is NetBeans Evangelist Brian Leonard. Congratulations to Wade, Tom and Brian, and to all our fine nominees!
The NetBeans WorldTour lands in Asia in two weeks! Join the NetBeans team and fans at the Shanghai International Convention Center on October 25 to discover why NetBeans is the only IDE you need. The WorldTour is FREE, but space is limited so reserve your spot today!
Join NetBeans Developers Arseniy Kuznetsov, Tomas Stupka, and Maros Sandor at the Subversion Conference 2007, October 16, in Munich, Germany.
NetBeans IDE 6.0 comes with built-in support for Subversion. Their presentation: Subversion and NetBeans: Integration Matters, will focus on the advantages of tight integration of Subversion tooling into common IDE workflow. Learn how to work effectively on versioned projects including initial setup, an optimized 'Edit, Diff, Commit' cycle, solving common source code archeology cases such as searching for commits and making clean rollbacks or backports--and more.
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