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Jiri Sedlacek02/17/09
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VisualVM 1.1.1: Improved Memory Monitoring

The Java diagnostics & troubleshooting tool VisualVM has its 1.1.1 release today, out at  The 1.1.1 release delivers several important bugfixes and improves memory monitoring capabilities by means of these two plugins:

Tinu Awopetu02/17/09
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue 379 - Feb 16, 2009)

Project News JavaFX SDK 1.1 Now Available and in NetBeans IDE 6.5! The JavaFX SDK 1.1 brings JavaFX applications to mobile devices.

Marius Stanciu02/15/09
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SQLite JDBC Driver Plugin for NetBeans IDE

I've been receiving lots of requests to create a NetBeans SQLite plugin based on my tutorial posted on my blog, so, finally, the plugin is here. Basically, it's a JDBC driver, using the excellent JDBC library from Zentus, for NetBeans, which will enable you...

Farrukh Ijaz02/11/09
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New Vroom Plugin for NetBeans IDE 6.5 Released!

The plugin includes Vroom Web Framework 2.3.0 and Vroom Request Dispatcher 1.0.0 The new Vroom Plugin for NetBeans IDE 6.5 has been released. The plugin adds Vroom Web Framework 2.3.0 and Vroom Request Dispatcher 1.0.0 under Web Frameworks, adds related...

Wei Ling Chen02/09/09
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Get 20% off for DZone Members on Books (Packt Publishing)

DZone has arranged with Packt Publishing to offer DZone members an amazing deal on their books. Through December 31st, 2009, you can save 20% on any purchase at Packt Publishing. Take advantage of this great offer and order your books today! Like...

Tinu Awopetu02/09/09
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue 378 - Feb 9, 2009)

Project News New Localized Versions of NetBeans 6.5 Plugins Now Available! The NetBeans Localization team is pleased to release a new multilingual version of the Auto Update Center plugins for NetBeans 6.5 into Japanese and Simplified Chinese.

Geertjan Wielenga02/08/09
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Nuremberg, Germany, 12 February: Presentation on JPA, BeansBinding, NetBeans

On Thursday, 12 February 2009, Aljoscha Rittner from Sepix will address the Nuremberg JUG on the topic of Beans Binding, Java Persistence API and

Tim Boudreau02/05/09
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NetBeans Output Window Font Too Small? Now It's Easy to Change!

Ctrl=, Ctrl-- or Ctrl-mousewheel In a fit of pique this evening, I added a much requested feature to the NetBeans output window: Actions for Larger Font and Smaller Font on the popup menu - or you can just Ctrl-mousewheel to rapidly change the font...

Tinu Awopetu02/02/09
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue 377 - Feb 2, 2009)

Project News Patch2 for NetBeans IDE 6.5 Now Available has released a new patch, which is an update to the NetBeans IDE 6.5.

Tinu Awopetu01/29/09
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NetBeans Governance Board Elections: Nominations Open!

It's time to elect a new NetBeans Governance Board! The Board exists to make sure that the NetBeans Project is run in a fair and open manner. The Board is composed of two community-approved members and a third member appointed by Sun Microsystems. Members...

Rudolf Balada01/29/09
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Patch2 for NetBeans IDE 6.5 Now Available

The NetBeans open source project is proud to announce that a new patch for NetBeans IDE 6.5 is now available on the Update Center. The patch includes fixes in modules for:

Tinu Awopetu01/27/09
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue 376 - Jan 26, 2009)

Calendar Webinar: MySQL, NetBeans & Rails (Jan 27) Learn to leverage the NetBeans IDE and the JRuby-on-Rails framework to deploy MySQL-backed applications on GlassFish

alper celik01/25/09
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Java SE 7 Workshop at KTH in Stockholm, Sweden

I am Alper Celik, a Sun Campus Ambassador in Stockholm, Sweden. A few days ago we organised a Java 7 workshop at the Royal Institute of Technology ("Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan" or KTH) in Stockholm. Thanks to the co-operation of Senior...

Tinu Awopetu01/19/09
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue 375 - Jan 19, 2009)

Project News NetBeans Dominates's 2009 Product Awards! NetBeans is off to a great start for 2009 with FIVE WINS in

Tinu Awopetu01/16/09
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NetBeans Dominates's 2009 Product Awards!

"This year one product, NetBeans, dominated the categories by winning five out of twelve."The NetBeans Team is thrilled to announce five big wins for NetBeans in's 2009 Product of the Year Awards.