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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #649 - July 22, 2014)

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Project News

Centigrade: New NetBeans Partner

Centigrade, with its NetBeans BizLaf plugin, is the latest addition to the NetBeans Partners page. Does your company also add value to NetBeans IDE? Let us know at netbeans dot webmaster at gmail dot com!

My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Maven, Sonar, HTML5 tools, the Terminal window are Joachim Arrasz's favorite NetBeans IDE features. What are yours? Drop us an e-mail at netbeans dot webmaster at gmail dot com and we'll work with you on an article focusing on the NetBeans features that are most useful to you.


How to Fix Catastrophic Bugs with the NetBeans Debugger

Nathan Howard from the IDR Solutions team describes how to get the most out of the NetBeans Java Debugger!

Using NetBeans with XDebug

Via screenshots and very simple steps, you learn how to get XDebug in NetBeans IDE.

Monet: Scene Builder in NetBeans IDE

Read about how Sven Reimers has released a new plugin that integrates the JavaFX Scene Builder into NetBeans IDE 8.


Java Magazine July/August 2014 Issue

The Java Magazine has been released with a special focus on an exploration of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), while it also includes a JavaOne preview.

NetBeans jBatch Suite: Looking for Contributors

The NetBeans jBatch Suite plugin assists software developers to create, design, and edit Java batch application models visually via graphical diagrams. Contributors are needed!

NetBeans in the Classroom: Mandatory Methods for Beans (Part 3)

In the next article about JavaBeans, following on from part 1 and part 2, NetBeans education blogger Ken Fogel examines the Comparable interface and the compareTo method.

Published at DZone with permission of its author, Tinu Awopetu.


Big Jim Johnson replied on Tue, 2014/07/22 - 10:36am

Great article Tina. We need more Quality content like this on the web

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