Project News

NetBeans IDE Development Builds Now Require JDK 7

As of March 25, the NetBeans IDE development builds require JDK 7. The change will help the NetBeans team in their work on JDK 8 tooling and on performance improvements for the IDE. Read more about the new change and the impact on NetBeans users.

Created with NetBeans IDE & HTML5: Easy Flow Charts

Developer and NetBeans Dreamteam member Tushar Joshi has created Easy Flow Charts (Beta), a productivity tool that lets developers build flow charts easily. A plain text script is transformed into a flow chart automatically, saving time for the engineer. The project is available with MIT license at https://github.com/tusharvjoshi/easyflowcharts.

Calendar

Register for JayDay 2013 (Munich, July 1)

JayDay is back for 2013! Join Java developers in Munich for a full day of talks and workshops featuring internationally renowned Java experts who will cover a range of topics: Java 8, Java Web & EE, Java Embedded, JavaFX, Performance and Concurrency, and many more.

Tutorials

Setting Up and Running a Java Application on an ARM Evaluation Board

image Sungmoon Cho, an Oracle application developer, demonstrates how to set up and run a Java Embedded application on the Keil evaluation board. The demonstration uses the NetBeans IDE and Java ME SDK 3.3.


Video: Dependency Injection Basics with NetBeans IDE

Using NetBeans IDE, Adam Bien demonstrates that implementing dependency injection is an easy task.

Embed a JavaFX Chart in a Visual Library Scene

Sean Phillips describes how to integrate a JavaFX component into a NetBeans Platform application.

Community

Video: Sweet Home JavaOne Blues

Get in the mood for JavaOne 2013 with this blues-inspired homage by NetBeans Dreamteam member Zoran Sevarac!

NetBeans Community Tweets: @developinjava

"I've been using @NetBeans 7.3 for a couple of weeks now and the Maven performance on large projects is excellent."

Blogs

HTML5, CSS & JavaScript Development in NetBeans

Developer Kowsheek Mahmood writes about Artifact Free Projects and Chrome Integration in NetBeans IDE and considers them "two really awesome features that make HTML5, CSS & JavaScript development smoother".

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