The NetBeans team is proud to announce the availability of NetBeans IDE 6.7 Release Candidate 1!
The final release of NetBeans IDE 6.7 is planned for late June. Download RC1 today and give us your feedback about your experience using the release.
Looking for a good tech reference book? Stop by the JavaOne bookstore and pick up a NetBeans book. Even better, get it signed by the author or one of our NetBeans experts. The following books will be available at JavaOne:
- The Definitive Guide to NetBeans™ Platform by Heiko Bock
- NetBeans™ Ruby and Rails IDE with JRuby by Chris Kutler and Brian Leonard
- Practical API Design: Confessions of a Java™ Framework Architect by Jaroslav Tulach
A new feature in NetBeans IDE 6.7 is its integration with Project Kenai, an online destination for developers to host open-source projects and code. This new tutorial demonstrates how to use NetBeans IDE 6.7 to create a project hosted on Kenai.com.
This short screencast is a companion piece to the "Creating a Kenai Project" tutorial. It covers how to use NetBeans 6.7 to create a Kenai-hosted project and to share a local project on Kenai.com.
Support for Maven is fully integrated in NetBeans IDE 6.7. In this tutorial, you use the NetBeans IDE to create a Java Swing application from a Maven archetype.
A quick entry from Hubert Ikkink on how to generate skeleton Javadoc code in the NetBeans IDE.
This Tip Of The Day (TOTD #81) from Arun Gupta shows how to create a simple EJB and invoke it from a servlet, using the NetBeans IDE 6.7
Andrew Skiba details how to open and compile a Java AppEngine application on NetBeans, as well as the steps needed to debug the application.
Varun Nischal gives a brief overview of the SQL Editor features currently supported in the NetBeans IDE.
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