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Available from the NetBeans 6.1 Beta update center, a new module that helps users clean up Visual Web projects developed prior to NetBeans 6.1 Beta. Get more information from Sandip Chitale's blog entry.
If you're a NetBeans user attending EclipseCon we'd like to invite you to a NetBeans party! Join NetBeans evangelists for an evening of free food, drinks, demos about our IDE's latest and coolest features, and a chance to win a 24-inch Sun LCD monitor!
NetBeans Day at CommunityOne is back! Come to San Francisco's Moscone Center Monday, May 5th, to hear and see what's new in the NetBeans IDE (Ruby, PHP, Visual Mobile Designer, Swing, Beans Binding, etc.); have lunch with the Java Posse; meet with NetBeans experts and fellow NetBeans developers; and grab some NetBeans swag.
NetBeans Day at CommunityOne is a companion event to the JavaOne 2008 Conference. Attendance is free, but seats are limited, so register now!
Get all the information you need to integrate MySQL database into your workflow in the NetBeans IDE. We now have have a MySQL resource page that collects all of our tutorials on using the IDE with MySQL. See how to use the NetBeans IDE with MySQL in everything from Java web and enterprise applications to Ruby applications.
The Swing Application Framework is a light framework that simplifies the creation and maintenance of small- to medium-sized Java desktop applications. This tutorial is an introduction to the support in the NetBeans IDE for the Swing Application Framework.
This guide details how to easily create SOAP Web Services with the NetBeans IDE 6.0.
Adam Myatt explores the new sharable libraries feature in NetBeans 6.1, which makes it easier to use projects created by the NetBeans IDE in other environments: for continuous builds, with other development tools, etc.
NetBeans IDE 6.1 comes standard with handy editors, which can be easily used to edit a website directly. This blog entry from Adam Bien describes the NetBeans IDE's HTML editing capabilities.
Arun Gupta shows how the updated jMaki plugin can be used with NetBeans IDE 6.1 Beta and Rails 2.0.2 to create a simple Rails application.
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