NetBeans is turning 10! Starting Monday, October 20, join us for a week-long retrospective on the projects and people who have made NetBeans a success. The celebration will kick-off with a community-inspired Decathlon and other unique content highlighting the evolution of the NetBeans project. We invite you to join us next week when we officially celebrate this noteworthy milestone.
Are you a Programmer who develops Java desktop and Java web applications using the NetBeans IDE? If so, this is your chance to get involved in the creation of the Sun Certified Specialist NetBeans IDE Beta Certification Exam! Help us "test the test" and earn credit towards official certification! The beta exam is FREE and available WORLDWIDE at any Authorized Prometric Testing Center.
David Strupl, Technical Lead for JavaFX in NetBeans IDE, talks about what developers can expect from upcoming support for JavaFX in the NetBeans 6.5.
First time is the charm for developer Alexandre Soumbatov who won a Silver Award in the Innovators Grant contest for his PL/SQL Editor. In this interview, he talks about how he used the NetBeans IDE in his first-ever development contest.
Learn to set up the SoyLatte JDK 6 and JavaFX on Intel Macs with Mac OS X 10.4 and 32-bit CPUs, and also configure NetBeans IDE as a tool.
A tutorial on handling Java Persistence API support using EclipseLink in the NetBeans IDE. The demo is divided into two parts; the first shows EclipseLink support using editor hints and refactoring; the second describes creating entity classes from a database.
In this tutorial, create a web application with two page fragments: the application's header information, and links for navigating between two pages.
Community Docs contributor Ruben Laguna offers three quick steps for attaching the source code for external JAR files. In this case, the NetBeans Library Wrapper Module.
Looking to add update centers to your NetBeans Platform application? Amit Kumar Saha shows how in this blog entry.
Learn to create a simple Java Server Faces application using NetBeans IDE 6.1 in this entry from Arun Gupta. The application also demonstrates a number of simple JSF concepts.
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