The NetBeans team is pleased to announce the availability of NetBeans IDE 6.8 Milestone 2. Visit the New and Noteworthy page to learn more about this milestone release. The final release of NetBeans IDE 6.8 is planned for late Fall 2009.
Create an application in JavaFX that exemplifies the appearance and behavior of a next-generation enterprise RIA (rich internet application) and win $2000! The participating graphic designers and application developers have time to submit their entries in the form of a NetBeans project by 10 January 2010. Read more about the contest rules here.
The NetBeans Governance Board nomination period has ended. Who are the nominees and how are they involved in the NetBeans Community? Read their profiles, log on to netbeans.org, and vote for your favorite candidates! The voting period runs through midnight, Wednesday, October 21 in the last time zone. The results and the new board will be announced Monday, October 26.
The NetBeans Translatedfiles community has started localizing the latest NetBeans release. All necessary projects are now available in our Community Translation Interface (CTI). Have a look at the status and roadmap, join our community, and help translate NetBeans into your language!
NetBeans Dream Team member Sven Reimers leads the team that developed the NetBeans Satellite Tracking System. Basing their complex desktop application on the NetBeans Platform helped Sven's team to stay on top of the 1000 modules necessary to communicate with real satellites. Read more about how Sven's team has won the Duke Award 2009 in the category “Java Technology in Network Solutions”!
Arun Gupta reports from the Oracle Open World conference in San Francisco! He has set up his NetBeans demos on the booth machine and is ready to wow the audience with Java EE 6 in the exhibitor hall for the next 3 days! You can follow Arun's adventures in his blog, or meet him at the Unconference on Monday.
Testing an application is an integral part of the development cycle, and writing and maintaining unit tests can help ensure that the individual methods in your source code work correctly. The NetBeans IDE's integrated support for the JUnit unit testing framework enables you to quickly and easily create JUnit tests and test suites.
Let the NetBeans IDE get you started with the new features of the Java EE 6 specification: In this tutorial you will create a simple Java EE 6 web application that contains an EJB 3.1 stateless session bean. The generated session bean uses queries that are defined in the Criteria API that is part of JPA 2.0. You will then create a named managed bean that accesses the session facade and a presentation layer that uses the Facelets view framework as specified in JSF 2.0.
The NetBeans 6.8 Milestone 2's new support of JavaServer Faces 2.0 comes with versatile editor enhancements for Facelets pages, including syntax highlighting and error checking for JSF tags, documentation support, and code completion for EL expressions, core Facelets libraries and namespaces.
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