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A new feature in Oracle JET (oraclejet.org) is its support for reusable components that enable you to define your own HTML elements. Read all about it here with full sample code included.
JavaOne always starts with a big community event and NetBeans Day this year had an extra buzz with the big news about Apache and the impending NetBeans IDE 8.2 release.
NetBeans hidden refactoring features, the JPA Modeler by Gaurav Gupta, and JShell integration in NetBeans IDE... read all about David Heffelfinger's favorite new insights from JavaOne!
There are discussions going on about opening up the NetBeans governance model via Apache. James Gosling, the father of Java and an extremely enthusiastic NetBeans user, shares his feelings about that at NetBeans Day 2016.
In San Francisco, a cab driver reveals his passion for programming and his interest in getting started with NetBeans!
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