NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #605 - Sept 17, 2013)
Project NewsNetBeans Day Update: James Gosling, Kirk Pepperdine, and More!
During NetBeans Day, watch performance problems being identified and solved with James Gosling, Kirk Pepperdine, and Glenn Holmer sharing their experiences using the NetBeans Profiler, and other power tools that NetBeans IDE provides for free, in their daily development tasks.Plugin: Additional Java hints for NetBeans IDE
"Join literals", "Copy joined literals to clipboard", "Split the String on linebreaks", and more! Benno Markiewicz provides a new set of Java hints for easy usage in NetBeans IDE.
Community4 things to do this week if you are attending JavaOne 2013
Mark Stephens from idrSolutions provides 4 great hints for getting up and running effectively during JavaOne 2013!JavaOne 2013: Brain Hacking with Java
The "Java Mind Reader" session at Java One 2013 explains how to use Java open source tools for signal processing, visualization, and recognition. It gives general guidelines on signal recognition and a demo of how to use the Java neural network framework Neuroph for signal classification.
ArticlesJava EE and NetBeans 7 Video Course - Author Interview with David Heffelfinger
Six-time author David Heffelfinger ventures into new territory with a video course about Java EE development and NetBeans 7. Find out how Heffelfinger uses the new course to demonstrates the latest Java EE technologies and APIs supported by NetBeans IDE.
Java in Africa Series: Mark Clarke, Jozi JUG
Mark Clarke is a founding member of Jozi JUG, the largest and most active Java User Group in South Africa. In this first interview in a series about Java developers and communities in Africa, Clarke addresses the developer culture in South Africa and the opportunities available through free software such as Java.Social Translation of a NetBeans Platform Application
How to get your developer community involved in the translation of your NetBeans Platform application? Enrico Scantamburlo investigates the options and gives you the results.
TutorialsJava EE 7: Applying JSF 2.2 Faces Flows in a Web Application
This tutorial covers the steps required to apply the Java Server Faces 2.2 (JSF 2.2) Faces Flow feature in a customer registration procedure for a web application.
Java EE 7: Using the JAX-RS Client API to Consume RESTful Web Services
In this tutorial you create a sticker story web application in which users can collaborate to create a story by dragging images into a book or canvas. When a sticker is dropped onto the canvas, it is rendered in all other web browsers that are connected to the server.