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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #536 - May 09, 2012)

05.09.2012
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Project News

10th Annual Duke's Choice Awards: Nominations Call

The Duke's Choice Awards celebrate extreme innovation in the world of Java technology. NetBeans-based projects have been Duke winners in 2009 and 2011. Be a part of this distinguished group! Nominate an individual, a project, a group or company who demonstrates the best in Java innovation. Deadline is June 15, 2012.

Video: FindBugs Integration in NetBeans IDE 7.2

A short clip of FindBugs integration, a feature in the upcoming NetBeans IDE 7.2 release.

Tutorials

Getting Started With JavaFX Demo Series

image This multi-part series provides an overview of JavaFX and the Scene Graph, and then you learn how to use JavaFX with NetBeans IDE to create a JavaFX application. The series is developed by JavaFX Developer John Yoon and JavaFX Evangelist Angel Caicedo, both of Oracle.


Working with JDialog and JOptionPane in NetBeans IDE

Learn to use JDialog and JOptionPane(Java GUI programming) to create a Java desktop application in the NetBeans IDE.

Tech Tip: NetBeans IDE on Ubuntu 12.04

A short article on how to install NetBeans IDE on Ubuntu 12.04.

Training Java EE Workshops on the Go with Adam Bien

Do you have a layover in Munich in July? Make the most of your wait by picking up useful Java EE techniques and tips from Adam Bien in his "Munich Airport Series". Get a real world start in Java EE 6 and learn to develop, build and test lean applications. (Also for local developers.)

Articles First Smoke Test: NetBeans IDE 7.1.2 & JDK 7u4 for Mac OS X

Oracle JDK 7u4 for Mac OS X is now available. Java architect and consultant Fabrizio Giudici reports back about installing the update on NetBeans IDE 7.1.2.

Android Image Recognition with Neuroph & NetBeans

Image recognition on your Android phone? Now a reality with Neuroph and NetBeans. Find out more about how to create your own image recognition neural network.

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