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Accessing Web Sockets from Plain Java with JSR 356

Learn from Adam Bien, author, trainer, and NetBeans Dream Team member, as he shows how to access a Web Socket from JavaFX, Swing, or from test code. It is suprisingly easy with Java EE 7.

Plugin

New: Red Hat JBoss Forge Plugin for NetBeans

Watch on YouTube as the JBoss Forge team demonstrates their new NetBeans integration with JBoss Forge, released this week.

Books

Released: "Java EE 7 Development with NetBeans 8"

David Heffelfinger's book on Java EE 7 together with NetBeans IDE has been released. It consists of 364 pages full of instructions and insights for anyone wanting to get a thorough basis for working with the Java EE platform, with NetBeans, the best IDE for Java EE. Buy it today!

Available: "JavaFX Rich Client Programming on the NetBeans Platform"

NetBeans Platform at your local bookstore? Gail Anderson, who with Paul Anderson co-authored "JavaFX Rich Client Programming on the NetBeans Platform" stopped by the local Barnes & Noble, where copies of their book are now available.

Partners

Aspose

Watch a new YouTube movie in which the Aspose team demonstrates their new Aspose for Maven plugin for NetBeans IDE, enabling Java developers to work with various binary file formats by using Aspose Java APIs right in their Maven-based projects.

Tutorials

Java SE 8: Using Threads in an HTTP Link Checker

image This tutorial shows you how to use Java Platform, Standard Edition 8 (Java SE 8) and NetBeans 8 to create a link checker with the Thread class. For small applications, you add a thread defined by its Runnable interface or by the thread itself, as defined by a Thread object.


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