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.
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.
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.
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.
Using NetBeans IDE, Adam Bien demonstrates that implementing dependency injection is an easy task.
Sean Phillips describes how to integrate a JavaFX component into a NetBeans Platform application.
Get in the mood for JavaOne 2013 with this blues-inspired homage by NetBeans Dreamteam member Zoran Sevarac!
"I've been using @NetBeans 7.3 for a couple of weeks now and the Maven performance on large projects is excellent."
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