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Review NetBeans on Facebook

Time to review your experiences with NetBeans IDE! Do so here, on Facebook, and help to support NetBeans IDE and its enthusiastic community around the world.


Top NetBeans Features

What do you like most about NetBeans IDE? In this new article, Mirko Rener talks about multi-language support, the NetBeans community, and much more!

NetBeans at

"NetBeans feels like 'all of one piece' supporting a typical development process." Jenkins, Mantis, Matisse, and more: in a new article, read what the team at appreciates about NetBeans IDE.

NetBeans in Asset Management

NetBeans can be used as a basis for your own applications. Read about how a stock trading organization has done so and see the impressive results.


Tweet of the Week: @kevinhooke

Unexpectedly good first time experience debugging some JavaScript using NetBeans.


Cloud Development for NetBeans IDE

The Oracle Developer Cloud Service plugin for NetBeans IDE is available in the NetBeans update center. Manage tasks, versions, builds, and more all from your IDE. Watch this screencast to see how it works.

Chrome Connector for NetBeans IDE

Did you know that the Chrome browser can be integrated with NetBeans IDE? Via a free plugin in the Chrome web store, you can synchronize your Chrome browser with NetBeans IDE so that the two work naturally together. Read this article and watch the screencasts to see how to set it up.


17 - 18 April: NetBeans Days Greece

NetBeans Days in Greece -- who will be there, what will the agenda be, and who is sponsoring it? Find out all about it and join the waiting list because this free event is fully booked.

29 May: NetBeans Day UK

Ben Evans, Java Champion, and London JUG leader, will deliver the keynote at NetBeans Day UK, next month, at Greenwich University. Less than 30 seats left for this free event!

22 June: NetBeans Day Brazil

Right before JavaOne Brazil, come to the free NetBeans Day event at the Oracle office in São Paulo, Brasil.

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