Come talk about what you're doing with NetBeans at JavaOne 2013! The Call for Papers for JavaOne 2013 is now open. Attendees will want to hear the best ideas from Java experts... developers, visionaries, customers, and partners. Submit your proposals by April 12.
The NetBeans team is working on a network monitor that helps analyze REST related communication, WebSocket communication, and any problematic network requests. It will be available for Chrome with NetBeans integration and the Embedded WebKit Browser. Read all about it in the NetBeans WebClient blog!
Attila Kelemen has been working hard on improving and extending Gradle support for NetBeans IDE. Try it out, from plugins.netbeans.org, or directly from his site.
Mohamed Sanaulla shows how early development builds of NetBeans IDE and Java 8 can be used to learn about lambda expressions.
In this article, Simon Holywell shows you how to set up the JDK, NetBeans IDE, Scala, and the NetBeans Scala plugin. Before you know it, you'll have NetBeans up and running and be coding your first Scala application!
Developing the Couchbase Java Client library in NetBeans IDE can be done once you've set it up correctly in the IDE. This article shows you how via the Java Free Form project type.
Hermien Pellissier, NetBeans Governance Board Member, plans to introduce you to individual NetBeans team members via interviews with them. The first of these is NetBeans community manager Jiri Kovalsky!
"Switched from Eclipse to NetBeans and won't look back, superior Maven support and Gradle support is also in the works."
Bukkit is a Minecraft Server mod. Follow this great new series of YouTube tutorials about programming for Bukkit in NetBeans IDE.
Watch a new YouTube movie showing how to integrate real time data, such as stock data or air traffic data, in a NetBeans Platform application.
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