NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #579 - Mar 18, 2013 )
Project NewsNetBeans Scala Plugin 1.6.1 Available
A stable release of the NetBeans Scala plugin is now available. The update includes an improved compiler, better SBT integration and per project Scala console.
TutorialsDeveloping Applications for Oracle Cloud Using NetBeans IDE
This new three-part series of tutorials introduces you to the development and deployment of Java applications to Oracle Cloud using the NetBeans IDE.
Video: Handy Tools for Editing CSS3 Rules in NetBeans IDE
A short demo showing how to use tools in NetBeans IDE to define rules for different media types.
CommunityJavaOne 2013 Call-for-Proposals is Live!
The Call for Proposals (CFP) for JavaOne 2013 is now open. Attendees want to hear the best ideas from Java experts: developers, visionaries, customers, and partners. Submit your proposals by April 12.NetBeans Community Tweets: @cagataycivici
"As a consultant, I use all kinds of Java IDEs the clients have onsite but there is one IDE I use when I'm alone. #NetBeans"University of Belgrade Launches Open Source Software Development Center
The University of Belgrade has founded an Open Source Software Development Center with a main focus on NetBeans-related development. Early projects the center intends to work on include a NetBeans UML Plugin and the Visual editor for Neuroph Studio.
ArticlesArun Gupta on Higher Productivity from Embracing HTML5 with Java EE 7
Oracle Java EE Expert Arun Gupta provides glimpses into what will be available in Java EE 7 upon its release in Spring 2013.What’s New in NetBeans 7.3: HTML5!
Consultant and developer Craig Buckler reviews HTML5 support in NetBeans IDE 7.3 and declares: "It’s great to see client side browser technologies finally receiving the tools they deserve."Interview: Jiri Kovalsky, NetBeans Community Manager
NetBeans Dream Team and Governance Board member Hermien Pellissier launches a new interview series focused on the NetBeans team!
BlogsThis is My NetBeans IDE, and How I Work
Programmer and NetBeans user Jonathan Lermitage lists the ways he customizes the NetBeans IDE to make his development work easier and more productive.