Watch the JavaOne 2012 Technical Keynote for an overview of how Java technology is evolving to meet the needs of developers and the next generation of enterprise computing. Highlights include the NetBeans HTML5 Project Easel demo.
An introduction to support for developing HTML5 applications in NetBeans IDE. The screencast shows how to use wizards in the IDE to create an HTML5 project and how to use the Chrome browser with the NetBeans extension to help preview project layout on various screen sizes.
This screencast demonstrates the support for the Information Module Profile - Next Generation profile (JSR 228) when developing small embedded JavaME applications in the NetBeans IDE.
This tutorial covers how to secure a Java EE 6 Web Application with form-based authentication and role-based authorization. It shows how to create a login form with JavaServer Faces as the client to collect user and password data and how to authorize certain roles that access a Servlet. It also shows how to add users to the WebLogic Server 12c and map them to the Web Application roles that will be used in the authentication and authorization processes.
Three NetBeans-based projects are among the 2012 Duke's Choice Awards winners. The Agrosense project, NATO's MICE project, and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees project received honors at the JavaOne 2012 conference.
The return of NetBeans Community Day to JavaOne was a hit! Geertjan provides a rundown of the day's highlights.
For a limited time, Java EE 6 developer and author David Heffelfinger is offering a "JavaOne special" on orders of his comprehensive guide to Java EE 6 development with NetBeans IDE. Enter the code "GFAS8NB" and receive a discount on print copies of his book.
Only a few days left to submit nominees for the 20th term of the NetBeans Governance Board. You can even nominate yourself!
The deadline for nominations is Monday, October 8, at midnight in the last time zone.
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