Project News

Nomination Deadline: NetBeans Governance Board Term 20

Today, Monday the 8th, is the deadline to submit nominees for the next NetBeans Governance Board!

NetBeans IDE 7.2 Patch 1 Available

The NetBeans Team has released a patch for NetBeans IDE 7.2. The patch includes fixes in modules for Java, Java EE, JavaFX, Java ME, PHP, C/C++ and more. Read on to find out how to get hold of it!

New Issue of Java Magazine - Sept/Oct 2012

The latest edition of the Java Magazine is out packed with technical info, including a focus on Duke's Choice Award winners, which includes several NetBeans projects.

Blogs

NetBeans IDE 7.3: JPQL Query Tester

Read about a new feature in the upcoming NetBeans IDE release... the ability to test JPQL queries right inside the IDE.

NetBeans IDE 7.3: Generated Methods with Type Hints

With PHP support in NetBeans IDE 7.3, you will be able to generate "Fluent Setters". Read on in the NetBeans PHP blog for all the related details.

Community

Adam Bien Reports from JavaOne

"NetBeans day was surprisingly well attended. A big room was fully packed. We got lots of questions," reports NetBeans Dream Team member Adam Bien from NetBeans Day.

Zoran Sevarac Reports from JavaOne

NetBeans Dream Team member Zoran Sevarac from the University of Belgrade reflects on the highlights of the recently held JavaOne and NetBeans Day.

Dustin Marx Reports from JavaOne

Frequent NetBeans blogger Dustin Marx has been live blogging during JavaOne, find out what's been going on from his great blog!

John Yeary Reports from JavaOne

NetBeans Dream Team member John Yeary shares information from JavaOne about one of the Duke's Choice Award winners, NATO's ait defense system created on the NetBeans Platform.

Tutorials

Video: Working with JavaScript in HTML5 Applications in NetBeans IDE

This screencast demonstrates how to work with the JavaScript editor and debugger in the IDE to step into and edit files in an HTML5 application.

Video: Blind Programming in NetBeans IDE

Watch a brand new video showing work done to make NetBeans accessible to blind programmers, via the Sodbeans and Quorum projects.

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