The recently released JavaFX Preview is designed to help early adopters become familiar with JavaFX. Got a question about the JavaFX Preview? Post it this week, starting today (Monday, August 18th) and get answers from three key members of Sun's JavaFX engineering team: Joshua Marinacci, Martin Brehovsky and Lawrence McDonough!
Portal Pack 2.0.1 is available for download. Highlights of this release include:
- Public Render Parameter support in Eventing Story Board
- JSF portlet bridge 1.2.3 library
- Bug fixes
- Support for English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese and Brazilian Portuguese languages.
Web or Mail? Your choice! NetBeans.org is proud to announce our new NetBeans Community Forums. These forums are synchronized with the most widely-used NetBeans Mailing Lists: This means for example, a comment posted on the "NetBeans Users" forum will also appear on the nbusers mailing list, and vice versa. Happy posting!
OpenLaszlo is a Flash-based Rich Internet Application (RIA) web framework. Sotohiro Terashima's screencast shows you how to install the OpenLaszlo Plugin and create a new OpenLaszlo-based web application.
LWUIT is an advanced Java ME library to develop powerful interfaces that avoid lcdui Form's constrains and don't reinvent the wheel. In this series of articles, Ibon Urrutia shows you how to develop a simple but complete application demonstrating different capabilities from this library.
In this tutorial Geertjan explains how NetBeans Platform developers can implement MIME-specific support for code completion in their own applications.
Chart FX 7 for Java features a zero footprint, fully-interactive UI thanks to a framework-independent implementation of AJAX. By combining Chart FX and NetBeans, developers are now able to utilize the 500+ properties and dynamic features, from contextual menus and toolbars to advanced business dashboards that combine charts, gauges and maps for a rich, interactive experience. Download your FREE ChartFX 7 Developer License by August 31!
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