The new version of the NetBeans Plugin Portal is now live and includes enhanced features such as:
- Verification process for publishing plugins in the NetBeans IDE
- Email notification
- Comments management
- and More!
The Polish NetBeans community has organized a three-day NetBeans tour through Poland with stops in Krakow (11th), Warsaw (12th) and Wroclaw (13th). Attend NetBeans Day to learn about new features and support available in the NetBeans IDE.
Sun Microsystems evangelist David Coldrick interviews Sun JavaFX developer Josh Marinacci during the Sun Tech Days in Sydney, Australia. Marinacci discuss upcoming features and support in JavaFX Script.
Tune in to hear Roman and Gregg talk about the beta release of NetBeans 6.1, the NetBeans blogging contest, what's new in the Groovy world, the latest patches, a preview of NetBeans Day at CommunityOne, and more.
Social networking comes to the NetBeans community! Find out the different ways that NetBeans users worldwide can now stay connected through social networking sites, including our very own my.netbeans.org, and help to grow the community!
"Mac Developer Tips" blogger John Muchow describes how to use NetBeans and rb-appscript (a bridge to connect Ruby to the Apple Event Manager) to control scriptable applications on a Mac. This introduction shows how you can get started using Ruby as an alternative to AppleScript for scripting applications on Mac OS X.
This tutorial describes how to add support for a web framework in the NetBeans IDE using the Plugin Manager.
The Generic Languages Framework (codename Schliemann) offers an easy way to support your language within the NetBeans IDE. This tutorial shows you how to support the common STEP Physical File (ISO 10303 Part21) format, a file format used in the exchange off CAD and Product Structure Exchange.
Winston Prakash has updated the Visual Web Woodstock Component Theme Builder plugin to work with NetBeans releases 6.0 and 6.0.1. His blog entry includes links for downloading the updates, installing and using the plugin.
Do you use both the NetBeans IDE and OpenOffice.org? OpenOffice.org has many plugins (also known as extensions). Geerjan Wielenga's blog entry details how the NetBeans IDE can inform you about available OpenOffice.org extensions.
The generation of JSF front-end is available in NetBeans IDE 6.1. This post from Adam Bien describes the JSF and JPA scaffolding with NetBeans IDE 6.1 in greater detail.
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