NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #547 - Jul 25, 2012)
Project NewsNetBeans IDE 7.2 Now Available for Download
Yes, it's here! NetBeans IDE 7.2 comes with significantly improved performance and many new features in the Java Editor, with a special focus on FindBugs integration, providing new static code analysis capabilities. Download it today and spread the buzz!
Screencast: NetBeans IDE 7.2 Overview
In around 10 minutes, this screencast shows you the highlights of what is new and cool in the latest NetBeans IDE release.Plugin: Jam 2 Beta
Developing mobile web applications with Netbiscuits BiscuitML or Tactile and NetBeans IDE.
ArticlesNetBeans IDE 7.2 New & Noteworthy
The list is very long, but worth reading! Get up to speed with the latest enhancements in NetBeans IDE by browsing through the new and noteworthy document.NetBeans IDE 7.2: Smarter & Faster
An overview of the newest and latest features, together with user feedback and links with more information.Beefed Up Code Navigation Tools in NetBeans IDE 7.2
A powerful yet subtle feature of NetBeans IDE 7.2 is the significantly enhanced search functionality that this release provides. In this article, you learn about many small and subtle enhancements in the NetBeans IDE 7.2 release.
BlogsNetBeans Team Responsiveness
Filing bugs when you encounter problems in NetBeans really helps and the NetBeans Team is always listening, as you'll find out when you read about this recent experience!Top 10 New Features in NetBeans IDE 7.2
Many features are new and enhanced in NetBeans IDE 7.2, but what are the highlights? This blog entry lists them for you.Hack Workspace in NetBeans IDE
Missing the workspace concept from Eclipse? In this blog entry you're shown a hack in NetBeans IDE enabling you to bring workspace functionality into the IDE.
TutorialsTutorial: Integrating JavaFX Charts into the NetBeans RCP
JavaFX is hot, buzz everywhere, but you'll need more than UI components to create your killer applications! Follow this new tutorial to put all the pieces together when developing powerful desktop applications in Java.Video: Creating Composite JSF Component Wizard
NetBeans Dream Team member John Yeary demonstrates how to create an Apache Maven web project which uses JSF. He shows how to convert it into a composite component using NetBeans IDE refactoring tools.Video: Nokia Series 40 Full Touch Java Apps
In this video, you're shown how to build a form-based application with a simple two element category bar in a few minutes in NetBeans IDE.