Project News

NetBeans IDE 7.3 Patch 1 Now Available

The NetBeans Team has released a patch for NetBeans IDE 7.3 with numerous fixes that enhance stability and performance.

To obtain the fixes, NetBeans IDE 7.3 must be installed and running. An update notification will appear in the IDE. Click the notification to install the updates. Alternatively, you can also download the fixes through the NetBeans IDE Plugin Manager.

NetBeans Poll: Have You Tried HTML5 Support in NetBeans IDE 7.3?

HTML5 support is brand new in NetBeans IDE 7.3. In the latest NetBeans Community Poll we want to know how users are taking to the new feature.

Tutorials

Debugging and Testing JavaScript in HTML5 Applications Using NetBeans IDE

A tutorial demonstrating support for debugging and testing JavaScript using JS Test Driver in the NetBeans IDE.

C/C++ Remote Development Modes in NetBeans IDE

A short guide to using C/C++ remote development in NetBeans IDE and in Oracle Solaris Studio IDE.

Calendar

Java EE and JavaFX Workshops with Adam Bien (April - July 2013)

Java expert Adam Bien will be delivering a host of sessions, workshops and talks about Java EE and JavaFX from April through July. His events are very popular; check out his calendar, and sign up for a date or several.

Community

NetBeans Team Interview: Marián Mirilovič

Leading the busiest team in the NetBeans organization! An interview with Marián Mirilovič, Quality Engineering Manager.

Eight Years Of Blogging on NetBeans

What is it like to blog for eight years about the same product? NetBeans evangelist and product manager Geertjan Wielenga looks back on the start of his popular blog.

New Issue of Java Magazine - Java Is Community

The latest issue of Java Magazine is all about the Java community worldwide, featuring interviews with Java leaders and tips for keeping Java active and relevant in your corner of the globe.

Blogs

Malkovich Moment: Gradle, Gradle, Gradle

What happens when you open Gradle, which is built on Gradle, using the NetBeans Gradle plugin?

Which Works Better for You: NetBeans IDE or Chrome Developer Tools?

Is the JavaScript Debugger in NetBeans IDE better than the one in Chrome Developer Tools (CDT)? How do they compare feature by feature? Why should I use the debugger in NetBeans and not the one in CDT? NetBeans engineer David Konecny explores these questions in the new NetBeans Web Client blog.

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