Project News

DZone's NetBeans Reference Card Updated for 6.5!

image DZone's NetBeans Java Editor Refcardz has been updated for 6.5! The reference card is a cheat-sheet for getting as much as you can out of the NetBeans IDE's Java Editor. Get the update for NetBeans IDE 6.5 today! (Registration required.)


Articles

How to Become a Better Developer - Tips from Top Java Developers

Eleven leading Java developers—from Joshua Bloch to Tor Norbye to Chet Haase—offer advice to students and newbie programmers about how to become better developers.

Community

Congratulations to Java Passion Graduates!

NetBeans IDE is the tool of choice at Javapassion.com, the popular online destination for developers looking to enhance their Java technology programming skills. Congratulations to the latest class of graduates—and new NetBeans advocates!

Need a goal for 2009? Improve your Java programming skills with a Javapassion course!

Training

Building Composite Applications Using NetBeans

This hands-on lab takes users through the complete process of creating, testing and debugging a composite application.

Debugging PHP Source Code in the NetBeans IDE for PHP Editor

Learn to set up and use XDebug for PHP Debugging in the NetBeans IDE 6.5. This guide shows a sample debugging session and also mixed PHP and HTML cases.

Screencast: Hibernate for Applications

image Learn more about using Hibernate support available in the NetBeans IDE in this screencast from NetBeans user Alexander Neidhart.


Developing and Deploying General Java Applications

A short guide to creating, running, and debugging a simple Java SE application in NetBeans IDE 6.5. The tutorial touches on IDE features that simplify application development.

Blogs

How to Efficiently Work with Javadoc in NetBeans IDE

This tip from Harris Goldstone shows how to update your Javadoc in a few quick steps.

New Hint: Implement All Abstract Methods

There's a new hint in the NetBeans IDE for implementing abstract methods. Get the details from the NetBeans PHP team blog.

What's Your NetBeans IDE Look&Feel?

image NetBeans IDE displays a default look-and-feel for different operating systems. The NetBeans QA team blog has details for users who want to control their look-and-feel.


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