The NetBeans Localization team is pleased to release the Brazilian Portuguese version of the Auto Update Center plugins for NetBeans 6.5. The localized plugins are: UML, BlueJ Project Support, JBuilder Project Importer, JMX, JConsole, Axis2 Support, Interactive UI Gestures Collector and Developer Collaboration. You can get the localized AUC modules in two ways:
- Download and install the NetBeans IDE 6.5 ML. Go to the Help menu, select Check for Updates, and install the updated modules.
- If you already have the NetBeans IDE installed, launch the IDE, go to the Help menu, select Check for Updates, and install the updated modules. The localized plugins can also be found under Tools -> Plugins -> Updates/Available Plugins.
The NetBeans team is pleased to announce the members of the 16th cycle of the Governance Board.
Fabrizio Giudici and Tom Wheeler received the most votes to become the community elected members of the new season. The Sun Microsystems appointee and third member of the Board is James Branam.
Please join us in congratulating Fabrizio, Tom and James, and in extending our thanks to all of our accomplished nominees for taking part in this election and for their continued support of the NetBeans project!
Using the NetBeans IDE, create a simple, graphical, REST-based client that displays public Twitter messages and lets you view and update your Twitter status. The application uses Swing and the NetBeans IDE's support for Twitter's SaaS operations.
The NetBeans API screencasts return! Part 8 begins with a recap of the previous parts and then follows with a demo that creates a scenario in which the Visual Library API will be needed.
An introduction to profiling an application using the NetBeans IDE. The NetBeans profiling tool enables you to monitor thread states, CPU performance, and memory usage of your Java application from within the IDE, and imposes relatively low overhead.
Find out what Java EE expert Adam Bien built in eight steps and in less than five minutes at a recent developer conference, using NetBeans 6.7 Milestone 2 and GlassFish v3 EA.
A quick entry from NetBeans user Mr. Haki about creating a simple Maven project site using the NetBeans IDE.
Recent news from the NetBeans PHP team blog. Selenium support is now available for PHP projects. Check out this wiki for more details.
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