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NetBeans IDE 6.7 Now Available for Download

image The NetBeans Team is proud to announce that NetBeans IDE 6.7 is now available for download! With NetBeans 6.7, developers are connected to the latest technologies and to each other. New features include integration with Project Kenai, a collaborative environment for developers to host their open-source projects; native Maven support, and Hudson integration.

Learn more about NetBeans IDE 6.7:

NetBeans IDE 6.7 Connects Developers!


Screencast: NetBeans IDE 6.7 Introduction

image Watch this screencast for an introduction to creating Java applications in NetBeans IDE 6.7. It shows how to use productivity features such as code completion, error hints, configuration management, local history, and rename refactoring, when editing Java code.

Screencast: Working with Maven Dependencies in NetBeans 6.7

image A short screencast demonstrating how to use the artifact viewer to checkout sources from a Maven repository and resolve version conflicts among dependencies. The screecast also shows how to use the Maven Repository Browser to view the contents of local and remote repositories.

Modifying JSP Pages in the Generated JavaServer Faces CRUD Application

Part one of this three-part tutorial covers how to use the NetBeans IDE to generate JSF pages from entity classes. Use the generated code as foundation of your project and then modify or add code to implement specific functionality that is required by your project.

Working with Qt Applications

A short guide to working with Qt applications in NetBeans IDE 6.7.


Hudson Integration in NetBeans 6.7

Petr Dvorak gives an overview of Hudson and its integration into the latest NetBeans release, and includes a quick primer on starting a Hudson job in the IDE.

NetBeans 6.7 and PHP/Symfony – A Perfect Couple

Developers at GOYELLO blog highlight what they like about PHP support in the NetBeans IDE 6.7.

Digital TV-Based Banking Using GlassFish, NetBeans and MySQL

From the FISL conference in Brazil, Arun Gupta interviews a lead developer behind a TV Banking application built using NetBeans and GlassFish.

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