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Tinu Awopetu03/17/09
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue 383 - Mar 16, 2009)

Project News NetBeans IDE 6.5.1 Now Available NetBeans IDE 6.5.1 is a minor update to NetBeans 6.5. The release is available in English, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, and Brazilian Portuguese, and includes the following changes:

Geertjan Wielenga03/17/09
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Video: CRUD Application on the NetBeans Platform (Part 1)

1st part of a 2-part series that integrates a MySQL database into a NetBeans Platform application via EclipseLink. The Nodes API and the Explorer &...

Geertjan Wielenga03/11/09
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Inode Interview: "Mobile More Significant Than Internet"

NetBeans interviewed Jaime Enriquez (pictured, right), who is a CEO of Inode Entertainment, based in the US and Latin America. Inode Entertainment develops and distributes mobile software for entertainment, edutainment, corporate, and government solutions....

Geertjan Wielenga03/04/09
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Using IntelliJ IDEA for NetBeans Platform Development

On jetbrains.com there's a rather impressive article entitled Using IntelliJ IDEA for Eclipse RCP development. Let's take a look at what the NetBeans Platform equivalent would look like.We'll start with one of the standard NetBeans Platform sample...

Fabrizio Giudici03/02/09
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Asynchronous Testing of Swing Applications

I'm telling you about some experiences I had with specific issues when testing Swing applications (it happened with the blueMarine development, but this article is focused on Swing and not on the NetBeans Platform). I'd like to hear your opinion about a...

Geertjan Wielenga03/01/09
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Warsaw Students Populate the Plugin Portal!

A recent NetBeans Platform Training held at the Warsaw University (by Toni, Karol, and Geertjan), has resulted in a small storm of plugins being uploaded into the Plugin Portal. That is a central requirement for upgrading from the default...

Liu Huasong02/24/09
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JavaFX 1.1 NetBeans Plugin on Linux

The following tip is based on Weiqi Gao's original post on  JavaFX 1.0 On Linux: NetBeans Plugin. The method outlined in that post does not work with JavaFX 1.1. First you will need to install JDK 1.6 update 12 and NetBeans 6.5.

Geertjan Wielenga02/17/09
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NetBeans External Execution of ZX Spectrum Emulator on Ubuntu

A very good day for me yesterday. I discovered this link:http://www.64bitjungle.com/ubuntu/sinclair-zx-spectrum-48k-on-ubuntu-64-bit/It turns out that a simple "sudo apt-get" gets you a ZX Spectrum emulator! With a world of games. Hello...

Harris Goldstone02/16/09
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Icon Tip for NetBeans Platform

If you have icons with names like this: Then set the default icon as the "iconBase" in the action registration in the layer, the line is line 7 here:

Geertjan Wielenga02/16/09
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Extending GlassFish v3 via the NetBeans Platform's OSGi Support

The first problem you encounter when trying to use NetBeans IDE to extend GlassFish is that GlassFish, while extendable (hurray), is only extendable via OSGi bundles. And NetBeans IDE doesn't let you create OSGi bundles. Or... doesn't it?

Wei Ling Chen02/16/09
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Refcardz Topics: What Should We Cover? (Vote Now)

DZone needs your help!  We have a lot of Refcard topics on our plate and want to know how to prioritize the topic choices.  What topics would you like to see?  Vote your favorites from the list below.If you're...

Geertjan Wielenga02/15/09
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Modularity, Groovy, and Shared Filesystems

Let's use the "ModuleInstall.restored" method, shown in the earlier part (where I introduced a modular approach to Groovy application development) to create our Groovy UI:

Geertjan Wielenga02/14/09
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How to Create Modular Groovy Applications in 5 Steps!

Let's create a modular Groovy application! Why?! Modularity is an enabler of scaleability. As your Groovy application increases in size, you increasingly need to manage code dependencies, structure your code in units that are larger than packages, and...

Toni Epple02/12/09
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NetBeans Lookups Explained!

Lookups are one of the most important parts of the NetBeans Platform. They're used almost everywhere and most of the time when you ask something on a mailing list the answer is "Use Lookups!". Many times when the use of Lookups is explained it's in...

Schalk Neethling02/11/09
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5 Questions With Geertjan Wielenga: VisualVM And NetBeans Platform Evangelist & Technical Writer

Thanks Geertjan for joining me for this interview. Please tell us a little more about Geertjan Wielenga. I am a technical writer. I write documentation to explain how to use the NetBeans APIs. I like the puzzling involved in creating tutorials, especially...