JavaFX Preview SDK is a preview release of the JavaFX platform. Aimed at web scripters and early adopters, it gives a preview of the runtime and tools needed to create amazing Rich Internet Applications (RIA) on the Java(TM) platform. The bundled release includes the Preview SDK, NetBeans IDE 6.1 with JavaFX, Project Nile, and Java Runtime Environment 6 Update 10 Beta.
Get started with JavaFX technology with this tutorial that covers how to download and install the NetBeans IDE with JavaFX support. It also covers how to start the IDE and run a sample application.
Rom Feria, the inspiring leader of Sun's Java Education & Development Initiative (JEDI) Project in the Philippines, is interviewed about the project and its direction.
The NetBeans Dream Team, our community-driven group of highly skilled NetBeans users, now has 18 new members! Visit the Dream Team's page to learn who the newbies are and discover how their outstanding enthusiasm helps to move the community forward.
The third installment in the jAstrologer series of JSF tutorials demonstrates how to use JSF tags in NetBeans IDE 6.x to create select boxes and dropdown lists in forms and page navigation.
Learn to download and install the Project Dynamic Faces Ajax Components and Samples, which includes the Dynamic Faces component library 0.2 and the Currency Trader sample application.
Get a short introduction to using JMX technology in the NetBeans IDE. The NetBeans JMX Module integrates JMX technology into your workflow in the IDE and allows you to quickly develop management applications, add management to existing applications, develop manager applications, and monitor the state of the Virtual Machine.
In this tech tip, Varun Nischal points out the Apply Code Changes button. Modify a class while the debugger is running and NetBeans allows you to reload that class and continue debugging.
JavaFX developer Josh Marinacci waxes philosophic about creating rich user experiences with JavaFX technology. Look to his blog in the coming months for tips and tricks about working with JavaFX.
Arun Gupta's entry shows improved support for Rails development & deployment in NetBeans IDE 6.5 Milestone 1.
Tomas Musil writes about the NetBeans QE team's use of Hudson to test their infrastructure.
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