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Newly Released: NetBeans IDE 7.4

image NetBeans IDE 7.4 is officially released! Download now to get great new features such as HTML5 integration for Java EE and PHP development; enhancements to Maven, C/C++; early support for JDK 8, and more.


Oracle Enhances Web and Mobile Application Development with NetBeans IDE 7.4

Find out how companies such as and Björn Lundén benefit from NetBeans technology and what new features they look forward to using in the newly released NetBeans IDE 7.4.

Top Ten Features in NetBeans IDE 7.4

Geertjan Wielenga outlines ten of the coolest features in the latest NetBeans release, which now comes complete with enhanced HTML5 and JavaScript development features.


Video: Overview of NetBeans IDE 7.4

Discover how NetBeans IDE 7.4 lets you work with JDK 8 previews, integrate HTML5 into Java EE applications, develop mobile applications via Apache Cordova, and deploy to mobile devices!

Video: Getting Started with Cordova in NetBeans IDE

Learn to create applications that use HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS, and deploy them as native Android or iOS applications via Cordova.

Video: JDK 8 Support in NetBeans IDE

Get a quick start with JDK 8 support in NetBeans IDE and learn to use JDK 8 profiles and lambda expressions.

Video: Java EE 7 Projects With Maven 3

Adam Bien demonstrates how to set up Java EE 7 projects with Maven 3.


NetBeans & JavaPDF at DevFest Turkey 2013

Join Mark Stephens of IDR Solutions at DevFest Turkey for "Lessons learned from working with HTML5, GlassFish and NetBeans”, a session that explores how the IDR Solutions team created their PDF to HTML5/SVG converter.

NetBeans at Devoxx 2013, Belgium

Catch NetBeans at Devoxx this year for live demos of HTML5 support for Java EE development. Find out how to easily create HTML5 front-ends for Java EE 7 back-ends, without any coding at all.


Java SE 8: Lambda Quick Start - (OLL Live Event Recording)

image This webcast provides an introduction to the forthcoming lambda expressions syntax added to Java 8. Learn how lambda expressions replace anonymous inner classes. In addition, see how lambda expressions might change your thinking about how you code in Java. Finally, the webcast concludes with examples of how lambda expressions change the Collections API.

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