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NetBeans IDE 6.7 Beta Available for Download!

image The NetBeans team is pleased to announce the availability of NetBeans IDE 6.7 Beta. The release introduces integration with Project Kenai, a collaborative environment where developers can host their open-source projects. Additional highlights include native Maven support, GlassFish and Hudson integrations, improved support for Java, PHP, Ruby, JavaScript, Groovy and C/C++, and more.

NetBeans IDE 6.7 Beta is the ideal tool to keep developers connected to each other and to the latest technologies! Learn more and download today.

Win $200 in the Zembly Blogging Contest!

Zembly is a Sun development platform for building web applications for Facebook, iPhone, and more. Whether you're new to zembly or already build apps, the zemby team wants to hear from you. Simply write about your experience with zembly and you could WIN a $200 gift certificate!

New NetBeans Modules + Source Code Available

The NetBeans Plugin Portal now hosts a collection of nifty new modules contributed by Tim Boudreau. Check them out. Their source code can also be found in the NetBeans source repository.


Meet NetBeans and Kenai at Rails Conference Las Vegas

Curious to know more about how NetBeans and Project Kenai keeps developers connected? Find out from the Kenai Team at Rails Conference Las Vegas in May! Stop by the Sun booth to learn about NetBeans and Kenai integration, what it can do for you, and additional features planned.


Kera Suite: Workflow App Built on the NetBeans Platform

Featured in this "Built on NetBeans Platform" profile interview: software developer Michael Kroll and Kera Suite, a workflow management application for dentists.


Setting up Facebook User Login Authentication with NetBeans IDE

Learn to consume Facebook Software as a Service (SaaS) services in web applications using NetBeans IDE. This tutorial concentrates on how to set up the User Login authentication mechanism used by Facebook and Flickr.

Configuring PHP, Apache, and MySQL for PHP development in SXDE (Web Stack)

This tutorial covers setting up the PHP development environment on OpenSolaris. On Solaris systems, the PHP engine, Apache server, and MySQL database server are included in a Web Stack package.

Tech Tip: Create a Maven Project Site in NetBeans

In this quick tutorial learn to create a Maven project site in the NetBeans IDE.

Screencasts: Using Aerith Components in NetBeans

In this collection of screencasts about his Aerith NetBeans Project, project owner Julian Gamble demonstrates how to use Aerith components as drag-and-drop widgets in NetBeans.

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