NetBeans IDE 6.1 is now available in Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Brazilian Portuguese! The entire range of NetBeans Packs and Bundles can be downloaded in these languages, as well as in English. To get NetBeans IDE 6.1 in the language of your choice, on the download page use the Language pulldown menu located above the NetBeans IDE Download Bundles table.
A big "Thank You" to the localization teams from Japan, China and Brazil that contributed product testing or provided translations for User Interface and documentation.
As part of Sun Tech Days Manila, Philippines, NetBeans will be hosting a FREE Deep Dive afternoon! Let our experts Tim Boudreau, Sang Shin and Geertjan Wielenga bring you up to speed with the latest in NetBeans 6.1 and then lead you on in-depth tours of Web, Enterprise and Desktop development with the IDE. See the event agenda for more details.
Roman and Gregg return with plenty of NetBeans news to impart, including one about a change to the podcast.... Tune in to find out what and to get briefed on the latest with NetBeans 6.1, upgrades to the NetBeans Plugin Portal, cool modules, upcoming NetBeans events and more.
The TagsMe GUI Editor is a NetBeans Platform application that NetBeans Dream Team member Ibon Urrutia and others developed to provide a graphical editor for their JavaME framework, TagsMe. Watch it in action on NBTV. Geertjan Wielenga has a brief write-up about the application as well.
The Ruby on Rails framework has a powerful model subframework known as ActiveRecord. The ActiveRecord framework analyzes the database schema and automatically provides most of the methods needed to work with data. In this tutorial learn to use ActiveRecord methods to specify the one-to-many relationship between two model classes and to use the Representational State Transfer (REST) support for nested resources.
Learn how to add support for Hibernate to the NetBeans IDE and to use Hibernate with JSF components in a Visual Web application.
The Spring Framework is a popular open source application framework that can make Java development easier, and this tutorial provides steps for constructing a simple web MVC application using the framework.
Create portlets and provide dynamic content through drag-and-drop widgets in the NetBeans IDE. The example portlet in this tutorial uses the jMaki Tabbed View widget, pulls in RSS feeds, and uses static links from Sun's New to Java Programming Center.
Patrick Keegan has started a series of blog entries showing how to create Java desktop database applications with standard but tricky features. In the five installments he has provided so far, he covers one-to-many and many-to-one relationships, using separate dialogs for input, adding actions, creating search fields, and more. The series begins with Input on a New Desktop Java Database Tutorial.
The SIP Application Development modules are now available from the NetBeans Beta update center with NetBeans 6.1. Get installation instructions, including screenshots, from Vince Kraemer's blog entry.
Milos Kleint, the NetBeans engineer who works on Maven support in NetBeans IDE, has a blog that's a good resource for interesting information about Maven support in the IDE, such as his most recent entry about the Maven POM inheritance view.
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