Project News

Brand New: NetBeans Web Client Blog

The NetBeans team has launched a new blog focused on client-side web technologies such as HTML5 and JavaScript. Turn to the blog for updates on new features, highlights, tips, plans and improvements, and more. Even better, leave the team feedback about your experience using NetBeans IDE.

Tutorials

Creating a JAX-WS Web Service and Clients with EJB 3.1 Singleton Bean

image This tutorial covers creating an EJB 3.1 singleton session bean and exposing the singleton session bean as a JAX-WS web service and consuming the web service using different types of web service clients.


Video: Java EE Performance and NetBeans IDE

How many HTTP Sessions can a stock Java EE server handle? Probably more than you expect.... Adam Bien demonstrates.

Video: Message Driven Bean with NetBeans and GlassFish

This video shows how to create a message driven bean using NetBeans IDE and GlassFish.

RESTful Web Services with NetBeans, Jersey and Tomcat

This article outlines how to create and test a simple RESTful service using NetBeans IDE and the Apache Tomcat Server.

Community

Top 10 Java Stories of 2012

2012 was the right mix of code, corporation, and community for Java. Check out the top highlights from the past year.

Java Spotlight Episode 113: John Ceccarelli on NetBeans

NetBeans engineering director John Ceccarelli dropped in on the Java Spotlight podcast for a chat about....NetBeans!

Blogs

Installing Java ME SDK Plugin for NetBeans

Installing the Java ME SDK for NetBeans IDE (7.2.1 and later) has gotten simpler. It takes four steps and no SDK download is needed.

Books

Free eBook: The Underground PHP and Oracle Manual

A free PDF book primarily for PHP programmers developing applications for Oracle Database; with additional information about PHP and Oracle Database support in the NetBeans IDE.

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