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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #652 - Aug 12, 2014)

08.12.2014
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Articles

Top 10 NetBeans Features According to its Users

Culled from blogs, articles and social media, NetBeans users from around the world share their favorite features in the IDE and the impact on their daily development tasks and ability to learn new technologies and languages.

Tim Boudreau: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features

Find out what a "Hippie Completion" can help you do as Tim Boudreau, noted technology consultant, evangelist and author, describes his favorite NetBeans IDE features.

Leon LaSpina: Why NetBeans IDE is Great for Teaching Java

Leon LaSpina switched to NetBeans IDE to teach computer science to New York City high school students. He shares his perspective on what makes the IDE the ideal tool for teaching Java.

Calendar

Virtual JUG: Opinionated JavaFX 8 - August 27

Join fellow developers for a virtual meetup about JavaFX 8. Java expert and consultant Adam Bien will introduce you to JavaFX 8 from the application perspective, with focus on structure, architecture and (software) design.

Tutorials

Video: NetBeans Fundamentals

A video series that introduces beginners to NetBeans IDE as well as to Java programming.

Deploy Java Application on Raspberry Pi from NetBeans

Learn to set up a remote Java SE 8 platform on NetBeans IDE for Raspberry pi. An accompanying video is also available.

No-Code Web Project in NetBeans IDE

Learn to create a web project in NetBeans IDE without any coding.

Community

NetBeans Community Tweets: @AtulPalandurkar

Using @netbeans for #HTML5 application development and training, makes it fun and very easy to perform many tasks.

NetBeans Community Tweets: @abhideepchakrav

@netbeans Its awesome IDE. Whole team works on Eclipse and I work on NetBeans :) Cant influence directly but difference is noticeable to all.

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