The NetBeans team is proud to announce the availability of NetBeans IDE 6.7 Release Candidate 2!
The final release of NetBeans IDE 6.7 is planned for late June. Download RC2 today and give us your feedback about your experience using the release.
NetBeans IDE 6.7 Release Candidate is out and we want your feedback. Download and use the release and then take our Community Acceptance Survey. Hurry and have a say in helping to make the NetBeans IDE the only IDE a developer needs! The deadline for the survey is Thursday, June 18 at midnight in the last timezone.
The top question at JavaOne 2009 was: 'What's new and cool in NetBeans 6.7?" In this podcast, recorded at the conference, NetBeans technical writer Geertjan Wielenga discusses release highlights such as Kenai and Hudson integrations, the impressive new visual representation that comes with the IDE's Maven support, and more.
Test the newest version of the JavaFX 1.2 SDK and tell the world what you think. Post a blog about the features you like most, or describing your experience using JavaFX and qualify for a chance to win $500 or a $25 amazon.com gift certificate.
NetBeans DreamTeam-er Caoyuan Deng has released a new version of the Scala plugin for NetBeans 6.7. It is a bug-fix release and also contains new features such as a basic import-fixer, setting break-point in closure statement, and more. The release requires NetBeans 6.7 RC1 or above.
Zembly allows developers to uniformly consume data services from multiple vendors like Amazon, Yahoo, Twitter and so on. In this tutorial learn to use the Zembly Web API Gateway (WAG) plugin to insert Google Translator functionality into a Java application.
This screencast presents how to use NetBeans 6.7 to retrieve the sources of a project that is hosted on Kenai.com and open the project in the IDE. You can retrieve the sources from the project's remote repository directly in the IDE.
This quick guide demonstrates how to use the NetBeans IDE's profiling tools for C/C++ projects.
Learn to enable Java Web Start for a simple Java SE application in the NetBeans IDE.
Tonny Kiyut explains Friend Dependency and provides a resource link to help users enable the dependency in the NetBeans Platform.
Alex Kotchnev describes a quick work-around that lets users run single Grails test in the NetBeans IDE.
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