Screencast: NetBeans JavaFX Composer in Action

image NetBeans engineer Lukas Hasik shows how to create UIs with the NetBeans JavaFX Composer.

Build an Application to Access Twitter Using Java and NetBeans

Learn to build a Twitter client using Java and the NetBeans IDE in this tutorial series from Alfonso Romero at Packt Publishing.

Web Services Security Using NetBeans and GlassFish

Sreekanth Manga outlines how users can implement plain text username/password validators for their web services security using NetBeans 6.8 and GlassFish v3.


Tech Tip: Adding a 2nd Mobile Phone Emulator to NetBeans 6.8

Having trouble running a second mobile phone emulator in the NetBeans IDE? Kyle Goslin offers a workaround in this blog entry.

Setting Up a Qt Project in NetBeans

Blogger Ben Arciszewski shows how to easily get Qt working in the NetBeans IDE.


NetBeans Platform Project Selected for Google Summer of Code

Gephi is an open-source graph visualization software created by developer Mathieu Bastian, and built on the NetBeans Platform. For the second time, the Gephi project has been selected to participate in Google's Summer of Code!

Complete List of Macro Keywords for the NetBeans Java Editor

In NetBeans IDE, you can create macros by clicking the "Start/Stop Macro Recording" button. You can also fine tune macros in the Macro Editor, or even write them yourself from scratch (the syntax is publicly available). We're looking forward to many new and interesting (and useful) macros being published!

Data Warehouse Testing Software on the NetBeans Platform

Yet another NetBeans Platform application (YANPA), this one from developer Maciej Mirski. His software (and thesis) project helps model and test scenarios for data warehouse testing. Read about his experience using the NetBeans Platform.

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