The Chinese NetBeans portal (zh-cn.netbeans.org) now offers NetBeans IDE 6.5 ML for download! Chinese users, and especially university students, can expect increased download speeds via our portal. Download the Chinese localization of the NetBeans IDE now.
A two-person development team in Australia has created a software application that helps you to get things done. We spoke to the lead developer of ThinkingRock, Jeremy Moore, to learn about his team's experience using the NetBeans Platform.
NetBeans IDE 6.5 introduces an enhanced Import Eclipse Project wizard. This wizard enables you to use NetBeans to work on Java desktop and web application projects that were created in Eclipse and MyEclipse. Once you have the project imported, you can use either the NetBeans and Eclipse IDEs to modify the project, or both!
New to NetBeans? Dream Team member Adam Bien gives you an overview of his top 8 favorite NetBeans features–and he is not even counting the Java features!
NetBeans Dream Team Member Varun Nischal participated in the NetBeans Community Acceptance (NetCAT) program for the very first time. Read his blog if you are interested in his experience of being among the first to try and review upcoming features.
This document describes how to use the Debugging window in NetBeans IDE 6.5 to debug multithreaded applications. The tutorial also demonstrates how to use the IDE to detect deadlocks in an application.
In the first part of this new screencast series focused on NetBeans IDE 6.5 for PHP, you will learn about PHP project and run configurations. The second part is about basic editor features.
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