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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #645 - June 23, 2014)

06.24.2014
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Project News

NetBeans IDE 8.0 Satisfaction Survey

How is the new NetBeans 8.0 working for you? Is it everything you expected or are there areas for improvement? Give the NetBeans team your feedback in this quick survey.

What's in the Future for NetBeans IDE?

Oracle Vice President Chris Tonas discusses upcoming plans for NetBeans as well as how the IDE fits in with Oracle's approach to key trends in the software development space.

UML Support Returning to NetBeans IDE?

Developers at University of Belgrade are hard at work to revive UML tooling in NetBeans IDE. Read about the features that are in progress and how you can test the module.

Training

Java SE 8 New Features

This new training course from Oracle University delves into the major changes and enhancements in Java SE 8. You'll learn about the new features of the platform and build your overall Java skill set.

Tutorials

Video: Create a Java Adventure Game with NetBeans IDE

Learn to program a simple text-based adventure game in Java using NetBeans IDE.

PrimeFaces Tutorial: Creating a Web Application Using NetBeans

A new video series from PacktPub looks at building attractive and flexible user interfaces with PrimeFaces and NetBeans IDE.

Plugin

Jindent - Code Formatter for Java/C/C++

The Jindent NetBeans plugin provides full source code formatting support for Java, C and C++.

Community

Which IDE Do Developers Use Often? Survey Results Say....

NetBeans IDE was the top IDE cited in a recent Java.net survey of 925 developers and their preferred development tools.

NetBeans Community Tweets: @AaronKelsey

It makes me happy when @netbeans tells me my code has no errors or warnings.

NetBeans Community Tweets: @Jan_Vissers

Already 6 months using @netbeans and haven't missed eclipse a single day.

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