Trip Report: NetBeans Day Brasil

The first NetBeans Day Brasil ever was held on Monday 22 June 2015 in the Oracle office in Sao Paolo, food sponsored by the Oracle Technology Network, and goodies provided by a variety of NetBeans partners. Read about what happened and how you can be involved next time.

Tweet of the Week: @arungupta

Thanks @GeertjanW for @netbeans blog, saving #Devoxx4Kids Minecraft modding at #RHSummit, reinstalled all machines!


Your Favorite NetBeans Features!

Over many months, NetBeans users around the world have been sharing their five favorite NetBeans features via articles on DZone. The continually growing list of contributors is listed in this article. together with instructions for how you can contribute to the series yourself!

Get Started with Oracle Solaris Studio

For developers coding in C/C++, NetBeans IDE provides a C/C++ bundle of its set of tools. However, the NetBeans C/C++ toolset is the application platform for Oracle Studio IDE, which provides a set of features that extend the NetBeans C/C++ toolset. In this interview, we meet Ikroop Dhillon, who is the Principal Product Manager of Oracle Solaris Studio. She tells us about herself and about Oracle Solaris Studio.

New: jadice AFPviewer on the NetBeans Platform

The jadice AFPviewer by levigo solutions is a tool built on the NetBeans Platform for analyzing and displaying print data streams. Being a viewer for AFP data streams it displays these streams in their original appearance and shows meta data in a structured way. Find out more about his new tool here.

New: VisionX for NetBeans IDE

The VisionX team announces: "Our next VisionX release will come with support for NetBeans and IntelliJ IDEA. Simply open the application and run it. No more manual project creation!"


Using JavaFX in a NetBeans Application – Part 1

"We like the idea of visualizing application data with JavaFX. JavaFX makes it easy to add effects such as drop shadows, background gradients, and reflection to window content," write Gail and Paul Andreson. In the first part of their new tutorial, they discuss some of the issues you will encounter when integrating JavaFX content in a NetBeans Platform application.

Using JavaFX in a NetBeans Application – Part 2

Part 1 discussed how to use JavaFX to visualize data and other content in a NetBeans Platform application window. In this tutorial, Paul and Gail Anderson describe the communication strategies you can use when integrating JavaFX content within a TopComponent (NetBeans Platform window).

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