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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #534 - Apr 24, 2012)

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Project News

Planned NetBeans.org Outage: Fri, Apr 27 - Mon, Apr 30

Due to scheduled infrastructure maintenance, certain services on NetBeans.org will be unavailable from Friday, April 27th until Monday, April 30th.

YouTube: Getting Started with JavaFX Scene Builder

Join Java evangelist Angela Caicedo on a tour of the JavaFX Scene Builder, which is a design tool for JavaFX. At the end of the demo, the designed project is opened in NetBeans IDE.

Plugin: Text Popup Menu

This plugin enables a Cut/Copy/Paste/Select All/Delete contextual menu on any JTextComponent that does not have its own popup menu.

Articles

PartyBand: Repertoire & Gig Playlist Management on NetBeans

Organizing gigs and playlists for your next party? Consider using this cool, free, and open source tool to help you!

Migrating Spring Applications to Java EE 6

A brand new very practical series of articles has been published by two NLJUG (Netherlands JUG) members, Bert Ertman and Paul Bakker. Still using Spring? Read on!

What not to Bring to an IT Conference?

When next going to a conference, such as JavaOne San Francisco, what should you NOT bring with you? Let Yakov Fain advise you!

Blogs

Fix Use Statements in NetBeans PHP Support

The PHP Team blog reports on another new feature scheduled for the 7.2 release.

Upcoming Amazon Beanstalk Support in NetBeans 7.2

NetBeans Dream Team member Adam Myatt tells you about a brand new feature being developed for the upcoming NetBeans IDE 7.2 release.

JavaFX in NetBeans RCP Apps

Geertjan Wielenga tells you about a side effect of CSS support for JavaFX applications: CSS support for NetBeans RCP applications!

Calendar

Java Stammtisch in Munich

Join NetBeans Dream Team member at a free & informal Java event in Munich on 16 May 2012!

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