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NetBeans IDE 6.7 Beta Available for Download!

By: Admin, 28 Apr 2009

The NetBeans team is pleased to announce the availability of NetBeans IDE 6.7 Beta.


NetBeans 6.7 Beta introduces an exciting feature—integration with Project Kenai, a collaborative environment where developers can host their open-source projects. With NetBeans and Kenai, a team of developers can create projects, edit, debug, build, and commit code, and have discussions all through one easy-to-use interface. Building on the success of NetBeans 6.5, this release also includes native Maven support, GlassFish and Hudson integrations, improved support for Java, PHP, Ruby, JavaScript, Groovy and C/C++, and more. NetBeans IDE 6.7 Beta is the ideal tool to keep developers connected to each other and to the latest technologies!

Release Highlights include:

  • Connected Developer (Kenai)
    • Create Kenai-hosted projects from within the NetBeans IDE
    • Locate and open sources for Kenai-hosted projects in the IDE
    • Full integration with Bugzilla
  • Maven
    • Support for Web Services creation and consumption and J2EE
    • POM Editor and Navigator enhancements
  • PHP
    • Code coverage and Selenium support
    • PHPUnit output improvements
  • C/C++
    • Support of popular Qt library and tools
  • Groovy and Grails
    • Out-of-the-box support for Grails 1.1
  • Profiler
  • Java ME / Mobility
    • Full support for SVG Rich Components in the Visual Mobile Designer

Read the complete list of NetBeans IDE 6.7 Beta Features & Enhancements.

The final release of NetBeans IDE 6.7 is planned for June 2009. Download Beta today and give us your feedback about your experience using the release. You can also join discussions about the NetBeans IDE on our mailing lists and forums. If you blog about using NetBeans add your blog to Planet NetBeans. Follow NetBeans on Twitter for updates about NetBeans news and development.

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