JBoss Forge and NetBeans IDE

Markus Eisele from Red Hat takes you through the process of getting started generating Java EE Maven applications from scratch with JBoss Forge in NetBeans IDE, from installing the NetBeans plugin by Red Hat, to getting started using it.

PrimeFaces and NetBeans IDE

PrimeFaces supplies charting solutions making it easy to add visual representations of your data into web and mobile applications. Combined with RESTful web service data, let's see as Josh Juneau shows how to create custom charts scaling well for both desktop and mobile devices.

EJB Interceptors and NetBeans IDE

Interceptors are used, as the name suggests, to intercept EJB methods calls using methods annotated with interceptor annotations. Read Gaurav Gupta's step by step guide via NetBeans IDE and get started using EJB interceptors in your code today.


Updated: Codename One

Codename One is a complete open source platform allowing developers to build (visually or using a Swing like API) native applications for Android, iPhone/iPad, Blackberry, Windows Phone 7 etc. It is free for commercial use and includes a GUI builder, simulator and everything you need in a single package. See for more information.


25 February: Free Virtual Technology Summit with NetBeans

The Oracle Technology Network (OTN) is excited to invite you to the Virtual Technology Summit Series for the EMEA timezone. Four times a year come and join us to learn first hand from Oracle ACEs, Java Champions, and Oracle product experts, as they share their insight and expertise on using Oracle technologies to meet today’s IT challenges. Four main content areas covered will be Database, Java, Middleware and Systems.

16 March: NetBeans Day Germany

After the recently held NetBeans Day Germany, the feeling was that another one should be organized soon. And within a few weeks, all the seats are almost full. Sign up for this free event in Munich today!

17 - 18 April: NetBeans Days Greece

Join members of the NetBeans community in Athens, have fun, learn about Java and HTML5 with NetBeans, and have nice meals and excursions with great people.


Part 1: RESTful Web Services Made Easy

Watch an excellent video showing how to get started, in detail, with RESTful web services -- and how to consume them in HTML, JavaScript, and CSS

Part 2: RESTful Web Services Made Easy

Watch part 2 of an excellent series, introducing Spring Boot and Spring Data JPA, to create a CRUD application, together with Maven, Tomcat, and NetBeans IDE

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