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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.

Vidhyadharan De...01/19/14
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Searching Text and Editing Files in NetBeans IDE is Easy

One of the most powerful search functions I love is in NetBeans IDE.

Tinu Awopetu01/15/14
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New NetBeans 8.0 Beta Now Available for Download

Newly available for download, NetBeans IDE 8.0 Beta supports the latest Java 8 technologies--Java SE 8, Java SE Embedded 8, and Java ME Embedded 8. Additional highlights include new tools for HTML5, such as AngularJS, and improved support for Maven, Java EE, PHP and C/C++.

Tinu Awopetu01/14/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #622 - Jan 14, 2014)

In this issue: Open nominations for the NetBeans Governance Board; TestFairy and WildFly come to NetBeans IDE; and a new NetBeans Platform book lets you name your price.

Tinu Awopetu01/07/14
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #621 - Jan 6, 2014)

In this issue: NetBeans.org has revamped its Partner page. Find out what companies support popular features, frameworks and more on the NetBeans IDE, and how to add your company to the list. Plus: A new Scala plugin, how to write plugins for NetBeans, and more.

Geertjan Wielenga01/06/14
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Interview: PMD Code Analyzer for NetBeans IDE

Gianluca Costa is a software developer from Italy. Creating software is both his job and passion. His favorite areas of interest in the IT sector are software engineering, programming languages, and build infrastructures. He's also the author of EasyPmd, a...

Tinu Awopetu12/31/13
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #620 - Dec 30, 2013)

In this issue: Getting started with StrikeIron in NetBeans; polish your Java EE skills in 2014 with trainings by Adam Bien; Arun Gupta and Jim Weaver demonstrate how programming concepts can be introduced to children.

Tinu Awopetu12/26/13
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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #619 - Dec 23, 2013)

In this issue: JavaFX development support for iOS comes to the NetBeans IDE; the Aspose team announces a NetBeans Aspose Plugin; find out what Vaadin integration means for NetBeans users; and more.

Geertjan Wielenga12/23/13
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Interview: Vaadin's Sami Ekblad on Great NetBeans Tools for Vaadin

Sami Ekblad is one of the developers behind the Vaadin framework. Vaadin is based in Turku, Finland, where the framework is developed and also where applications are being built on it. More recently, most of the Vaadin team was in San Francisco to participate...

Markus Eisele12/22/13
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Markus Eisele: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!

Continuing a series of articles focusing on NetBeans users and their five favorite NetBeans IDE features, here's the next part, by Markus Eisele.

Tushar Joshi12/20/13
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Tushar Joshi: Why NetBeans IDE is Great for Teaching Java

Tushar Joshi from India explains why NetBeans IDE is great for teaching Java.