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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #572 - Jan 29, 2013 )

01.30.2013
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Project News

Download NetBeans IDE 7.3 Release Candidate

The NetBeans Team is pleased to announce the Release Candidate build of NetBeans IDE 7.3. NetBeans IDE 7.3 provides new support for the latest HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS3 standards, new Java Editor features, and enhancements to support for Groovy, PHP, and more. Further information at http://netbeans.org/community/releases/73.

NetBeans IDE 7.3 Community Acceptance Survey

With the release of the NetBeans IDE 7.3 Release Candidate, the NetBeans Team needs to know what you think about it! The purpose of the survey is to find out if the NetBeans community accepts the candidate as being ready for release. Try out the release candidate and then you can fill out this short survey.

Community

NetBeans Podcast #63

Another packed podcast, featuring the NetBeans governance board, the new NetBeans WebClient blog, Adam Bien, and a brand new NetBeans PHP Book!

Support Channels for NetBeans PHP Users

Encountering problems with NetBeans PHP development? Let the NetBeans PHP blog introduce you to community resources where you can solve problems related to PHP and NetBeans IDE.

Articles

NetBeans IDE 7.3: Groovy Meets Java EE

Geertjan reports on some good news for Groovy developers in the upcoming NetBeans IDE 7.3.

NetBeans IDE 7.3: Show Clipboard History

Adam Bien shares a new keyboard shortcut for viewing the clipboard in the IDE.

NetBeans IDE 7.3: Find Usages Filter

You're happily coding along and suddenly think to yourself: "Hmmm. I wonder where the 'pos' variable in my class is used throughout my application?"

Calendar

Java EE 6 Workshop Series with Adam Bien

At Munich Airport, Germany, March 2013, four interactive Java EE workshops, from beginner to architect will be held, with a focus on Java EE user interfaces.

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