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Tinu Awopetu02/13/14
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Score Card: NetBeans Governance Board #20

Hermien Pellissier and Anton Epple, community-elected members of the 20th NetBeans Governance Board, sum up their year-long term.

Tinu Awopetu02/12/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #626 - Feb 11, 2014)

In this issue: A first look at Java ME 8 EA support in NetBeans; a bookmark-worthy, comprehensive and free online guide to using NetBeans for application development; a NetBeans Platform course coming to Leipzig, Germany, and more.

Benno Markiewicz02/09/14
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NetBeans Platform Training in April 2014 in Leipzig, Germany

I am proud to announce that a NetBeans Platform training will be held in April 2014 in Leipzig, Germany. In this training you will learn all the possibilities of the NetBeans Platform for developing Java desktop solutions in a hands on manner. The course...

Tinu Awopetu02/05/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #625 - Feb 03, 2014)

In this issue: The NetBeans elections are on! Help vote in a new Governance Board for the 21st term. Get started with Lambdas in NetBeans; how developers can create commercial plugins for NetBeans; and more.

Lou Dasaro02/03/14
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Lou Dasaro: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Following on from Ciprian Turcu's five favorite NetBeans IDE features, Mark Stephen's five favorite NetBeans IDE features,

David Heffelfinger01/31/14
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David Heffelfinger: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Following on from Ciprian Turcu's five favorite NetBeans IDE features, Mark Stephen's five favorite NetBeans IDE features,

Tinu Awopetu01/29/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #624 - Jan 27, 2014)

In this issue: Migrating to JDK8; Working with new PHP 5.5 features in NetBeans; Creating a Cordova Application; and more.

Geertjan Wielenga01/28/14
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PiDome: Raspberry Pi Home Automation with NetBeans IDE

PiDome is a new platform for home automation based on the Raspberry Pi, consisting of a server and a client, created in NetBeans IDE.

Johannes Weigend01/27/14
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Why NetBeans IDE is Great for Teaching Java (Part 5)

We've now met four teachers using NetBeans IDE in the classroom: Michiel Noback from Hanze University of Applied Sciences, in Groningen, the Netherlands, Zoran Sevarac from the University of Belgrade in Serbia, Pieter van

Geertjan Wielenga01/26/14
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Business Process Modeling in NetBeans IDE

Gaurav Gupta is a senior software engineer working on the BPMN workflow engine. He's created several plugins for NetBeans IDE, notably the JS CSS Minify Compress plugin (here) and the  jBPMN plugin, which is the topic of this interview.

Jiri Sedlacek01/24/14
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VisualVM: See (What's in) Your Heap!

Check out the improvements in VisualVM heap viewer which make it a lot easier to browse the heap and identify objects by their logical value, including visual rendering of UI elements. Did you know the application windows can be restored from a .hprof file?

Mark Stephens01/23/14
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5 Hints for NetBeans Newbies (Part 1)

The major improvements to the last few releases of NetBeans IDE have attracted lots of renewed interest. Let's help all those newbies out there!

Tinu Awopetu01/22/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #623 - Jan 21, 2014)

In this issue: First impressions of NetBeans 8 Beta and Java 8; get a sneak peek at new lambda expressions, and more.

Jose Pereda01/22/14
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End-to-End Raspberry Pi with NetBeans IDE 8

How to use the brand new beta version of NetBeans IDE 8 to deploy, debug and run to the Raspberry Pi!

Shai Almog01/20/14
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5 Cool New Features in Codename One for NetBeans IDE

Codename One is an open source project that allows Java developers to build native applications for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, RIM and other devices.