NetBeans Podcast 48 takes a look at the latest NetBeans release—NetBeans 6.5 and its extended support for dynamic languages, including full editor support for PHP development. Hosts Lloyd Dunn and Geertjan Wielenga talk to members of the NetBeans PHP team, and bring you additional tidbits from the NetBeans community.
To mark the release of NetBeans 6.5 and the NetBeans project's 10th birthday, the Genova Java Users Group is hosting a NetBeans Demo Camp. Join the JUG members for an evening of live demos of the NetBeans 6.5's latest features, and related tools and technologies. Registration is FREE.
This screencast demonstrates enhancements to database support in NetBeans 6.5, such as support for the Sakila database, improved support for MySQL, improvements to the SQL Editor, SQL code completion, and more.
Using the NetBeans IDE 6.5 learn to expose a catalog as a RESTful Web Service for remote client applications. The screencast also shows a Dojo client which gets and displays the Web Service responses in a dynamic Ajax table (Dojo grid).
This article highlights how developers can port mobile application projects using Mobile Distillery's Celsius porting suite and gain access to the broad range of tools offered by Mobile Distillery. And the tool's integration with the NetBeans IDE makes the process even easier.
In the final installment of this two-part tutorial, learn how to create, import and use your new JavaBean component in the NetBeans Swing GUI Builder.
In this brief introduction to Ajax in the NetBeans IDE, learn about basic Ajax functionality while building a simple application that employs auto-completion in a text field.
This screencast from Arun Gupta shows how to create a simple Web application using JSP and Servlets in NetBeans IDE, deploy it directly on GlassFish v3 and then debug it.
NetBeans 6.5 has code completion for XSL 2.0 stylesheets. This blog entry from Hubert A. Klein Ikkink explains how to enable the code completion feature for working with XSLT files
Reporting exceptions in the NetBeans IDE is an easy process, and the NetBeans Core QA team details how.
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