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Develop Mobile Web Applications On Your Android Device in NetBeans IDE

There's an exciting new feature coming to NetBeans IDE 7.4: Support for JavaScript debugging and visual CSS editing on Android devices. But no need to wait till GA release, you can test out the feature now, using the NetBeans 7.4 nightly builds.

Nette Framework with Latte Templates in NetBeans IDE

The upcoming NetBeans IDE 7.4 release will have support for Nette Framework, a popular framework for PHP web development. Visit the NetBeans PHP team blog to learn about new features coming to PHP support in NetBeans IDE.


Register for Java EE 7 Launch Webcast (June 12)

Register for a LIVE webcast introducing Java EE 7! The Java EE 7 platform JSR has been approved; join the count down to begin developing with the many new Java EE features.

Register for Java Virtual Developer Day (June 19 & 25)

Go virtual and join Oracle’s latest Virtual Developer Day. Kick back and check out informative tutorials (that you can repeat at your own pace) to improve your Java programming expertise and engage in live chat sessions with the preeminent Java experts.


JavaFX Accordion Slide Out Menu for the NetBeans Platform

Sean Phillips outlines the steps for using JavaFX to build a slide out menu for a NetBeans Platform application.


Real World Java EE - Devoxx 2012 Session Replay Available

No slides, just demos. Adam Bien's "Real World Java EE" session at Devoxx 2012 is now available for replay on

Live Band Music Manager on the NetBeans Platform

Chord Maestro is an application built on the NetBeans Platform. It displays chord charts on a computer, television, or confidence monitor, and eliminates the need for music sheets and music stands.


Plugin: Git Branch in Status Bar

An experimental plugin that shows the current Git branch in the NetBeans IDE status bar.

NetBeans Community Tweets: @YellDavid

The [history] button in @netbeans is just epic. The fact it integrates Git history as well as local history is phenomenal.

NetBeans Community Tweets: @CodeGuzzler

Thank you @netbeans for the best #Gradle integration I have seen so far.

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