Are you interested in seeing your favorite IDE, NetBeans 6.0, translated into YOUR LANGUAGE? Then be a part of the Translation Project's localization drive for 6.0! The Translation Project has over 14 different language teams--Brazilian-Portuguese, Czech, Russian, Japanese, German, Traditional Chinese, Albanian, Indonesian and more--and all are looking for new contributors.
Adam Myatt, author of the book on NetBeans IDE 5.5, called "Pro NetBeans IDE 5.5 Enterprise Edition", is writing another one, on 6.0, which will be called "Pro NetBeans IDE 6 Rich Client Platform Edition". Javalobby interviewed him all about it.
Need a one-stop destination for plugins residing in your NetBeans IDE? How about a way to send and receive NetBeans projects in one swoop? Or perhaps your latest app has failed to excite and sorely needs a boost?
Be there or miss out at our next two NetBeans World Tour Days. Join NetBeans enthusiasts in Shanghai (October 25) and Beijing (November 3). Space is limited and there are no fees so reserve your spot today!
Listen in as Roman and Gregg talk about a variety of topics: recent and upcoming cities they have visited, the new game designer in the mobility tools, the jMaki release, the Ruby debugger, and more!
This blog explains how jMaki widgets can consume data from a Jersey endpoint.
The TreeTableView is a notoriously complex part of the NetBeans APIs. If you're interested in a sample that will get you started with it, begin here.
Support is rapidly being developed for Grails in NetBeans IDE. Creation of a complete source structure is already possible, as is deployment. See Geertjan's blog for some pictures.
If you do not want to receive this newsletter, you can unsubscribe here