The Beta release of NetBeans IDE 7.2 is available! Featuring massive performance boosts and new Java editor features, including FindBugs integration, you can download it and try it out today!
Bruce Phillips has been using Eclipse for over 5 years. He used NetBeans IDE 7.2 Beta on a large project last week... with great results! He liked the performance, FindBugs integration, and more. Read all about it here.
Develop true native mobile applications in Java for iOS, Android, Windows Phone 7, Blackberry etc.
What's the Oracle Cloud and how does it relate to NetBeans IDE 7.2? A new NetBeans article explains it all, including how to register the Oracle Cloud and deploy applications to it.
Did you know that when you use NetBeans IDE, you can regenerate your JPA entity classes from tables in a database, without destroying the changes you made to the JPA entity classes you initially generated? This article discusses this very commonly asked question!
In part 1 of a series, JavaFX expert James Weaver examines a Tweet browser while illustrating some best practices for enterprise application development in JavaFX 2.0.
Petter Holmström from the Vaadin team describes a great combination of tools and technologies: Vaadin, Maven, and NetBeans IDE. Read on to find out why these three work so well together!
"File | Print to HTML" is a frequently overlooked menu item in NetBeans IDE. NetBeans Dream Team member Adam Bien explains in his blog that NetBeans is able to output Java source code as HTML, very easily indeed.
The "Java Tutorials Weblog" is a great resource providing up to date info on the world of official Java tutorials. In this blog entry, you learn what parts of the JavaFX Scene Builder 1.0 Developer Release documentation have been updated with the promotion of development build 38.
In NetBeans IDE 7.2 Beta, you can format multiple source files across multiple projects simultaneously. In this blog entry, you learn about an enhancement to this feature, set to be released with the final release of NetBeans IDE 7.2.
The first Java developer conference organized by the Croatian Oracle User Group is being held in Tuhelj, Croatia, this week. NetBeans demos and presentations will be done there too!
A free day-long event of Java hands-on labs and sessions at Oracle Headquarters in Redwood Shores, California.
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