Jaroslav Tulach (pictured, left), the author of the recently released "Practical API Design: Confessions of a Java Framework Architect", published by Apress, is one of the founders of NetBeans and the lead architect of the NetBeans APIs. Below,...
Recently, we added support to define PHP interpreter per project.
You can easily try this feature by yourself: just invoke Project
Propertiesselect run configuration "Script (run in command line)" ...and
you are nearly done:
Hint: As you can see...
Have you used PluginPortal, you might not have realised but its a JSF
Web application. I am using the portal for the past 6 months, and never
thought of this.
Firstly, I will ask you something, if you have submitted any plugins, you would...
When you create a new class in NetBeans IDE, you automatically get some variables filled in, such as the user name and package name. That's possible because if you go to Tools | Templates, the Java Class template is like this:
jSimDOP is a plugin for the NetBeans Platform. It simulates the DOP microprocessor. DOP is an educational microprocessor developed at the Czech Technical University in Prague. Click this link to read all about DOP (in PDF), which is described as a simple...
OpenLaszlo is a Flash-based Rich Internet Application (RIA) web framework. Sotohiro Terashima's screencast shows you how to install the OpenLaszlo Plugin and create a new OpenLaszlo-based web application.
Get the latest OpenLaszlo plugin for the NetBeans IDE...
Petr Pisl is the lead engineer of the PHP work scheduled for NetBeans IDE 6.5. Here he shares an update on some of the latest work that's been done in this area. -- Geertjan Wielenga, NetBeans Zone leader
As I mentioned previously, I am researching the new Ruby
and Rails features in the upcoming NetBeans IDE 6.5. Last week, Martin
Krauskopf and I talked about the work that he is doing. Some of you
might know Martin from his earlier work with Jesse Glick
This TOTD (Tip
Of The Day) shows how to
create a Persistence Unit (PU) for a MySQL
database using NetBeans
IDE. This PU can then be used in any of Java EE artifacts (JSP,
Servlet, EJB, ...) for database interaction.
Trying to learn all those code templates to get real benefit out of the Java parts of NetBeans IDE. Different ways to structure my learning. One way is simple: take all Java code templates that consist of TWO letters, such as "pu", which expands to...