NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #544 - Jul 02, 2012)
Project NewsDownload NetBeans IDE 7.2 Release Candidate
The NetBeans Team is pleased to announce the release candidate build of NetBeans IDE 7.2. Get the release candidate build, use the new features, and then provide feedback about your experience in the NetBeans IDE 7.2 Community Acceptance Survey. (Survey deadline: Monday, July 9.)
NetBeans IDE 7.2 Community Acceptance Survey
Is NetBeans IDE 7.2 ready for full release? What are your thoughts on 7.2's quality, performance, and improvements? Give us your candid feedback in the 7.2 community acceptance survey. (Survey deadline: Monday, July 9.)NetBeans Plugin: Jam 2 Beta
Jam 2 is an advanced plugin for developing mobile web applications with Netbiscuits BiscuitML or Tactile in the NetBeans IDE. Boost your productivity while editing BiscuitML source files and Tactile source files and deliver cutting-edge code fast.
TutorialsCreating a Publish/Subscribe Model with Message-Driven Beans and GlassFish Server
In this tutorial, you will be implementing a Java Message Service Publish/Subscribe system. The user interface components, a JavaServer Faces (JSF) page and managed bean have already been developed. Your task is to create a second managed bean to produce a message from the data in the form, and publish it to a JMS topic. You will then create message-driven beans (MDBs) that subscribe to the topic and use a message selector to filter the messages depending upon the value of a message property.
YouTube: Rewrite the Tabs in NetBeans IDE?
NetBeans IDE 7.2 provides a simple mechanism for rewriting the tabs in the window system. These principles can also be applied to any other NetBeans RCP application. Watch this video for full instructions.YouTube: Private Visibility for Injected Fields?
Package visibility for injected fields encapsulates a lot better than public accessors, making unit testing more convenient at the same time. Let Adam Bien show you why in this short movie!
TrainingMySQL for Beginners Training (On Demand)
The MySQL for Beginners course covers all the basics and gets you on your way with a solid foundation. This hands-on class covers the fundamentals of SQL and relational databases, using MySQL as a teaching tool.
Parminder Singh's new blog Java NetBeans GUI features tutorials, tips and references about developing Java GUI applications in NetBeans IDE. Check it out!