Developers can be an opinionated group! The NetBeans Poll is a quick glimpse at what NetBeans users and developers think about current technology trends, including topics within the NetBeans community. We welcome suggestions for future polls. Serious or light-hearted, topical or quirky, send us your poll ideas .
NetBeans Drupal Development Tool is a module for the NetBeans IDE that helps in the development of Drupal module and theme development. It provides rapid access to all the core Drupal hooks and theme override functions.
This page talks about the new HTML5 support, codenamed Project Easel, in the upcoming NetBeans 7.3 release!
Parleys, which won the Duke's Choice award this year, runs on GlassFish as did the Devoxx CFP/registration 2012 website. Read Reza Rahman's report on this great news.
NetBeans IDE and TomEE works great together. You can add TomEE as an Apache Tomcat server in NetBeans IDE by following the simple steps given in this article.
Fudaa-Crue is a hydraulic modeling software specified and sponsored by the CNR (Compagnie National du Rhône), a company dedicated to energy production, navigation, and supplying irrigation and other uses for agriculture.
Watch Adam Bien's latest screencast on the combination of EJB 3.2 and CDI managed beans. Find out how they still provide the leanest possible choices in Java EE 7!
Learn how to reuse the NetBeans IDE infrastructure to create a handy feed reader. Feedback on this tutorial is welcome!
From Belgrade, the NetBeans User Group has grown... and now there's a branch in Novi Sad too!
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What are Gerrit, Tom, Hendrik, and the rest of the JavaFX community working on at the moment? What have they learned? Find out in this weekly update article!
NetBeans IDE has had themes support for a long time. In this blog entry, you're shown how to make NetBeans IDE look exactly as you'd like.
Grab the rich set of features provides by the Java Editor, HTML Editor, or any other editor, and integrate them with a JEditorPane. This blog entry is one part of many covering the ins and outs of this mechanism.
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