JavaOne Call for Papers is Now Open!

Share your knowledge and expertise as a JavaOne speaker at the JavaOne + Developer 2010 Conference (September 19-23, 2010)! The conference will once again bring together the global Java technical community for a week of education, debate, and exchange. This year, the conference curriculum is going back to its roots –– 100% Java technology and the related ecosystem. JavaOne conference speakers receive a Full Conference pass and the respect of your peers.

Webinar: Groovy, Grails, and MySQL - February 18

Join Scott Davis, a two-time JavaOne RockStar award winner, author of "Groovy Recipes: Greasing the Wheels of Java" and co-author of "Getting Started with Grails" for a Groovy, Grails and MySQL webinar on Thursday, 18 February at 10am US Pacific time. Register now!

Project News

JavaFX App on the Official Winter Olympics Site

Sport fans around the globe can now explore present and historical Winter Games medal results through a spiffy JavaFX application: the Medal Wheel! You can filter and compare medal results, athletes, and events, and jump back to previous years. A nice way to follow the games!


NetBeans Platform CRUD Sample in NetBeans IDE 6.9

In NetBeans IDE 6.9, a new NetBeans Platform sample will be included, and it's already available in our development builds. It helps you get started with creating one of the most typical applications on the NetBeans Platform, a customer maintenance application with database access.

Getting Started with JAX-WS Web Services

This tutorial demonstrates the basics of using the NetBeans IDE to develop a JAX-WS web service. After you create the web service, you write three different web service clients that use the web service over a network.


Tech Tip: Creating a JPA Persistence Unit

Arun Gupta explains how to create a JPA Persistence Unit for a MySQL sample database and package it as a library. This JAR file can then be easily included in other web applications.

How to Set up NetBeans for Google App Engine with Scala

This tutorial describes an easy way to combine Google App Engine development with the Scala programming language in the NetBeans IDE.

CakePHP support in NetBeans

NetBeans IDE supports the Symfony PHP framework, and you can also set it up to support other frameworks, such CakePHP. This tutorial shows how to set up auto-complete in your controllers, models, controllers, behaviors and helpers files.

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