NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #529 - Mar 19, 2012)
Project NewsNew: NetBeans Groovy Development Blog
Development for Groovy support in NetBeans IDE is back on! Check out the new blog detailing what Groovy features NetBeans engineers are working on. Try Groovy support in NetBeans and leave the team feedback on the blog.Enhanced Javeleon Plugin for NetBeans IDE 7.2
Get the scoop on upcoming improvements to the Javeleon plugin for NetBeans IDE 7.2.Redmine Plugin for NetBeans
The RedmineNB dev team has launched the first alpha release of the RedmineNB Plugin for NetBeans.
CommunityWhat Say You? NetBeans Governance Board Term Extension
The current NetBeans Governance Board has submitted a proposal to extend the board term from six months to one year for itself and for future board cycles. The longer term will allow future boards more time to carry out and complete initiatives. Follow the discussion or give your opinion on the NB Discuss mailing list. (NB.org login required)JavaOne 2012 Call-for-Papers Now Open
Do you have an insightful idea or an engaging topic about Java to share? Why not do so at the biggest Java conference in the world? The call-for-papers for JavaOne 2012 is now open. Submit your abstract for a chance to share your expertise with the Java community!PreOrder: NetBeans Plugin Development, Beginner's Guide
Reserve your copy of Tushar Joshi's comprehensive guide to developing plugins for the NetBeans IDE.
ArticlesKey to the Java EE 6 Platform: NetBeans IDE 7.1
Get a tour of the main Java EE 6 specifications in NetBeans IDE and the tools, templates, and code generators that support the platform.
TutorialsHow to Create MultiView Editors for Nodes
A quick look at using the NetBeans MultiView Windows component for non-file data.
BlogsQuick & Dirty Guide to NetBeans Java Hints
Coming to NetBeans IDE 7.2: A new wizard will allow users to create new Java Hints.Java EE 6 Sample Code Resources
A collection of links to best practices and code samples for Java EE 6.