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What's Coming Up in NetBeans IDE 8.1?

Node.js, Gulp, and more... Take a look at the long list of features coming up in the next release of NetBeans!


Take the Pre-NetBeans Day UK Survey, Today!

If you are attending NetBeans Day UK on Friday, 29 May, we have created a very quick 5 question survey to get an idea of who will be attending, so that we can learn more about you and what level you would like us to pitch all the talks at –- please do fill in the survey so we can tailor the day to you!

Tweet of the Week: @mortenbergset

I love NetBeans IDE for PHP development, have you read about my 5 favorite features?


Controls.js Support

Will the Controls.js NetBeans plugin rock the world? Try the Controls.js RAD tool for Web and Mobile, including a powerful GUI builder, for free!


Tools for HTML5 Development

If you're using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS, read Rob Terpilowski's latest article explaining how NetBeans IDE helps ease the learning curve for HTML5/JavaScript web client application development: "For HTML, CSS, and AngularJS, auto completion is very very helpful, not only the fact that it gives you a list of possible options, but it also includes a snippet of documentation along with it."

Tools for Maven Development

Thorsten Marx explains the differences between Maven features in NetBeans IDE and IntelliJ IDEA: "NetBeans has a smoother Maven integration than offered by IntelliJ. My impression is that IntelliJ's Maven support is just an extension to its default project management system."

Tools for Require.js

Require.js provides facilities for modularizing JavaScript applications. Large enterprise applications in JavaScript are made possible via the idioms that Require.js makes available. NetBeans IDE provides out of the box tools, especially code completion, also known as "intellisense", for easily working with Require.js, as explained in this new article by Geertjan Wielenga.

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