NetBeans IDE 7.1 Beta debuts with support for JavaFX 2.0. Using 7.1 Beta and the JavaFX 2.0 SDK, developers can experience the full compile/debug/profile development cycle for JavaFX applications.
NetBeans IDE 7.1 Beta also features support for CSS3; improvements to the Swing GUI Builder; a Visual Debugger for Swing and JavaFX UIs; integrated Git support; PHP, Java EE and Maven enhancements, and more.
The final release of NetBeans IDE 7.1 is planned for Fall 2011. The Beta release is available in English, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Russian, and Simplified Chinese.
JavaFX 2.0 is a major update to the JavaFX platform and provides Java APIs for JavaFX, FXML, a new graphics pipeline for modern GPUs, and more than 50 easily customizable charts, forms, and layout components that can be easily integrated in existing Swing applications.
Congratulations to NetBeans Dreamteam member Andreas Stefik and his Southern Illinois University Edwardsville teammates for their recent Duke's Choice Award win at JavaOne 2011! SodBeans, their NetBeans-based module suite around accessibility for the blind in modern programming environments, was selected as an "Innovative Accessibility Solution" winner.
As JavaOne 2011 kicks off this week, visit NetBeans.org for all the information you need about NetBeans at the conference, including session details, schedule, and content, and audio casts from members of the NetBeans team participating in San Francisco
JavaFX provides a powerful Java-based UI platform capable of handling large-scale data-driven business applications. NetBeans IDE supports the creation of JavaFX 2.0 applications and the insertion of Swing-compliant JavaFX 2.0 components in Swing applications. Using this document, learn how to set up NetBeans IDE with JavaFX 2.0 SDK when you install the IDE and the SDK separately.
Git support is now integrated into NetBeans IDE 7.1 Beta. Users can now perform versioning tasks directly from their projects within the IDE. This tutorial demonstrates how to perform basic versioning tasks in NetBeans IDE by guiding users through the standard workflow when using versioning software.
This document takes you through the basics of adding security to a web application that is deployed to either the Oracle GlassFish Open Source Edition, Oracle WebLogic, or Apache Tomcat server.
There's still more NetBeans learning to be had after JavaOne 2011 ends! The following week, join NetBeans trainers Toni Epple and Geertjan Wielenga in San Francisco for a deep dive into creating modular Swing applications with the NetBeans Platform.
The Java SE 7 Fundamentals course was designed to enable students with little or no programming experience to begin to learn programming using the Java programming language. The course teaches the significance of object-oriented programming, the keywords and constructs of the Java programming language, and the steps required to create simple Java technology programs. Students taking this course can receive a solid basis in the Java programming language upon which to base continued work and training.
The course features the Java Platform, Standard Edition 7 (Java SE 7) platform, and uses the Java SE Development Kit 7 (JDK 7) product. See the Oracle Training page for complete details.
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