It's all about JavaOne 2012 in this latest episode of the NetBeans podcast. Tune in for chats with Çağatay Çivici and Timon Veenstra, architects for PrimeFaces and Agrosense, respectively. Both will be at JavaOne, and speaking at NetBeans Community Day!
NetBeans Community Day returns to JavaOne with a full lineup of talks and demos from Java EE, JavaFX, and NetBeans Platform experts. Will you be there? Let the NetBeans team know!
A community-iniated user group is forming around NetBeans' PHP support. Conceived by Timur Poperecinii, the project will extend support for PHP by creating and testing plugins. Interested? Learn more and get details about how to join.
Join NetBeans Dream team member Zoran Sevarac at JavaOne for a fascinating look at developing artificial neural networks in Java.
Attend the User Group meetings, Sunday, September 30th at JavaOne and get practical tips and tricks for Java EE, JavaFX and Java SE development from experts such as Adam Bien, PrimeFaces lead Çağatay Çivici, JavaFX authors Paul and Gail Anderson, and other top names in the Java community.
A completely rewritten, second edition of Adam Bien's Java EE tome: Real World Java EE Patterns--Rethinking Best Practices, is now available. With an additional 171 pages, there are tons of new patterns to dive into, and much more about efficient Java EE development.
In this tutorial, you will create a Java EE 6 Web Application and add the following components to it - a Stateless Session Bean with two asynchronous methods. We define a Servlet to call the asynchronous methods and to keep track of the invocation and completion times to demonstrate the asynchronous nature of the method calls. The index.jsp will contain a form with a submit button, Run allowing you to execute the application. The form will submit to the Servlet which invokes the asynchronous methods defined in the session bean and the response is re-directed to response.jsp. Information about the asynchronous handling procedure is displayed to users.
Oracle WebLogic Server 12c is an application server for building and deploying enterprise Java EE applications and it is now available for download. The zip distribution for development offers Java EE 6 Full Profile development; it includes WebLogic Server only. With NetBeans IDE you can create web applications and deploy them to the Oracle WebLogic Server.
Three new tips for using the NetBeans Visual Library.
A new plugin lets you open PDF files as images in the NetBeans IDE. It's still in Alpha mode, but worth a try.
An example of easy implementation of <iframe/> elements in PrimeFaces. Subscribe to John Yeary's blog for useful JSF tips such as these.
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