Project News

TestNG in NetBeans IDE 7.2

NetBeans API architect Jaroslav Tulach outlines the new NetBeans support for TestNG and gives tips for migrating from JUnit to TestNG.

Smarter Search Results in NetBeans IDE 7.2

Of the many enhancements in 7.2, the Search Results window improvements will be particularly useful. Read all about it here!

Plugin: WorkieTalkie in NetBeans IDE

Vedrana Gajić, from the University of Belgrade in Serbia, introduces you to a new plugin she created, together with Marjan Hrzić, enabling you to chat on-line in a window within NetBeans IDE!


Native Packaging for JavaFX

JavaFX 2.2 adds new packaging option for JavaFX applications, allowing you to package your application as a "native bundle". This lets users install and run your application without any external dependencies on a system JRE or FX SDK.

Creating Embedded Software Development Environments

Read how embedded software development environments can benefit from desktop application frameworks, in part 1, part 2, and part 3 of a very interesting series of articles in "Embedded Insights".

Javeleon's Special Hooks in NetBeans

Allan Gregersen, from a research group at the University of Odense in Denmark, writes about how Javeleon's class reloading functionality is embedded in the NetBeans source tree.


Adam Bien's Schedule

Learn from the Java EE 6 Java rock star, about testing and productivity with Java EE 6, in various summits and JUG events!

Toni Epple's Schedule

Beginner and advanced NetBeans API courses are scheduled to be held at Eppleton, in Munich, during the week of 2 July, 2012. Be there to learn from one of the world experts in desktop development on the NetBeans rich-client platform.


Another NetBeans Training at Source Talk Tage, Gottingen, Germany

On August 28 and 29, another NetBeans training course will be held in Gottingen, Germany, at the Source Talk Tage. Sign up today while seats are still available.

Another NetBeans Training at University of Belgrade, Serbia

Zoran Sevarac, NetBeans Dream Team member and governance board member, set up yet another NetBeans API training course in Serbia recently. He reports on the event here.

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