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Lloyd Dunn12/08/08
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NetBeans Platform Provides the Pre-invented Wheel So You Can Get Things Done

The time management book "Getting Things Done", by David Allen, promises to help readers handle work-life tasks more productively through a simple five-step plan: collect, process, organize, review, and do. The book's approach has become a...

Geertjan Wielenga12/07/08
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JavaFX 1.0, Linux, NetBeans IDE

Attracted by the Video Puzzle, I followed Weiqi Gao's brilliant instructions and now I have JavaFX 1.0 on Linux: In particular, the list of samples is very promising:

karthikeyan Cho...12/02/08
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Setup Web Application Using JBoss Seam NetBeans Tomcat And Maven

In this post let us discuss how we can configure a web application using JBoss-Seam framework in Tomcat. Maven is used for build management and NetBeans 6.1 or 6.5 is the IDE used [with Maven plugin installed]. The web application under consideration is a...

Geertjan Wielenga11/30/08
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Video: Part 7 of an Introduction to the NetBeans APIs

The 2nd part of the revision that started with part 6, this time covering the FileSystem API, the Nodes API, and the Explorer & Property Sheet API.

Geertjan Wielenga11/20/08
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Video: Part 6 of an Introduction to the NetBeans APIs

A summary of the previous sections of this screencast series, applied to an actual application that we port step by step to the NetBeans Platform. At the end, we have a brand new NetBeans Platform application consisting of three modules. Go here for...

Jeff Rubinoff11/20/08
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Creating a NetBeans PHP Project from a Subversion Repository

This article describes my experience in creating a PHP project in NetBeans IDE 6.5 from the repository version of Mediawiki. The project included 3 kinds of data that a developer would probably want to handle differently:

Nitin Bharti11/19/08
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Building a Flickr Slideshow with NetBeans IDE 6.5

In this screencast, Justin Bolter, Technology Evangelist at Sun Microsystems, shows you how to build a PHP Flickr slideshow using NetBeans IDE 6.5 . Bolter...

Geertjan Wielenga11/19/08
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Why NetBeans Platform?

Yesterday was the first NetBeans Demo camp, in Munich. About 50 attended. The event began with an introduction by Toni Epple and then everyone watched the NetBeans 10th birthday movie: There were several presentations, all about the NetBeans Platform,...

Geertjan Wielenga11/18/08
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Video: Part 5 of an Introduction to the NetBeans APIs

Here's part 5, covering the Nodes API and the Explorer & Property Sheet API via 3 small demos and a bit of explanation.

Rob Demmer11/14/08
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Video: Working with JavaScript Toolkits in NetBeans IDE 6.5

A demonstration on how to work with JavaScript toolkits in the IDE. The screencast is divided into two parts. The first part shows how to add a toolkit that is registered with the IDE to a project; the second part shows how to register a new toolkit with the...

Geertjan Wielenga11/10/08
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@Transformation: Code Transformation Annotation

When marking code as deprecated, wouldn't it be cool if you could provide instructions for how the code should be correctly fixed? Jaroslav Tulach and Jan Lahoda from the NetBeans Team have started a new open source project at https://lang.dev.java.net/ for...

Geertjan Wielenga11/06/08
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Video: Part 4 of an Introduction to the NetBeans APIs

Welcome to part 4 of the 'Top 10 NetBeans APIs' screencast series. Assuming you've watched the previous three parts, you'll have sufficient background to watch this one: Download for off-line viewing here.  

Mark Stephens11/05/08
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How to Create & Import a JavaBean Component in NetBeans IDE (Part 2)

In the final installment of this two part tutorial (part 1 here), we look at how to import and use your new JavaBean component in the NetBeans GUI Builder Matisse.

Mark Stephens11/04/08
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How to Create & Import a JavaBean Component in NetBeans IDE (Part 1)

This article provides a simple introduction to creating and using JavaBean components in NetBeans IDE.

Geertjan Wielenga11/03/08
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Video: Part 3 of an Introduction to the NetBeans APIs

This one's veeery long. Pour yourself a coffee that will last you 47 minutes or so. NetBeans.tv rejected it because it was too large, so I had to resort to blip.tv (with a registration process that lasted all of 1 minute, literally) and the Sun...