The NetBeans IDE just keeps getting better! New features in 6.5 Beta
include support for Groovy and Grails, built-in support for Hibernate,
Compile/Deploy on Save, and much more. There is also enhanced
The only IDE you need! You’ll find this reference card helpful if you want to get as much out of the Java editor as its authors intended when creating it. It lists all the keyboard shortcuts in carefully thought out categories and it provides a thorough...
KIYUT just released Alkitab Bible Study 1.0, a cross platform and open source Bible study toolset based on the NetBeans Platform and JSword CrossWire library. It features rich and user friendly Bible study tools. Alkitab supports parallel view, commentaries,...
The Sun Tech Days
program is a 15-city world tour designed to educate developers in local
markets on various technologies. The events are typically a two-day
format and range from hands on education and university trainings...
Alfresco is the Open Source Alternative for Enterprise Content
Management (ECM), providing Document Management, Collaboration, Records
Management, Knowledge Management, Web Content Management and Imaging.
Those interested in plugging into VisualVM now have a collection of NetBeans module samples at their disposal:http://plugins.netbeans.org/PluginPortal/faces/PluginDetailPage.jsp?pluginid=10000 Install that plugin in NetBeans IDE 6.1 and then you should find...
Yesterday there was an announcement on The Aquarium about a new GlassFish Users group in LinkedIn. Now there is also a NetBeans Users group on LinkedIn. It is open to all NetBeans IDE and NetBeans Platform users.
My friend Jesse is working on big time enhancements to NetBeans project infrastructure - basically a thing that will just read your Ant script, figure out the classpath and everything else it does and just work. No intervention or configuration required.
I shouldn't be writing about this, because we were saving it as the big
announcement for this year's JavaOne, but the information has already
leaked: I've seen several NetBeans developers blogging about it - so
there's no point in hiding it anymore...
In line with the new blogging contest announced by NetBeans, this is a new blog featuring NetBeans IDE 6.1 Beta, in simple steps and demos starting from installation of the software to advanced tips and tricks.
X3DV Module Suite is a free set of modules to code in X3D, the open
standard for interactive and immersive 3D on Internet. With it, you can
create virtual worlds in 3D, using the great edition features of
NetBeans IDE.Two modules
are available now:...