NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #552 - Aug 27, 2012)
Project NewsNetBeans Community Day at JavaOne 2012 (Sept. 30)
Mark your calendars: NetBeans Community Day returns to JavaOne! Join the NetBeans team, developers and users, September 30th for a full day dedicated to all things NetBeans. Find out what's new in the IDE and Platform, and how a wide range of companies are using NetBeans technology to deliver innovative applications. (NetBeans Community Day is free to registered JavaOne conference attendees.)
TutorialsScreencast: Refactoring Options in NetBeans IDE
Learn to refactor code in the NetBeans IDE Java Editor using various refactoring operations available in the IDE.Mercurial Queues Guide in NetBeans IDE
An overview of NetBeans IDE's support for the Mercurial Queues extension.Testing with PHPUnit and Selenium
A tutorial on integrating PHPUnit and Selenium with NetBeans IDE for writing automated tests. The document also includes demonstration of Code Coverage and the IDE's test result UI.
Articles8 New & Beefed Up NetBeans Keyboard Shortcuts!
Prefer to work from the keyboard rather than use a mouse? Here are eight additional new keyboard shortcuts available in NetBeans IDE 7.2.Propylon Legislative Apps on NetBeans Platform, NASCIO Finalists
KLISS and Legend, two Java-based legislative applications built on the NetBeans Platform, are finalists for the NASCIO 2012 Awards which recognize successful information technology initiatives in state governments across the United States.
TrainingTinkerforge-NetBeans Integration Training Course (Sept 21-23)
Using Tinkerforge as a project, get an introduction to the nuts and bolts of the NetBeans Platform in this 3-day training course in Nordhorn/Lingen, Germnay.
BlogsSmarty Support in NetBeans: Configurable Comments and Code Templates
Two new improvements to PHP Smarty Framework coming up in the next release--NetBeans IDE 7.3.Tech Tips: Hidden NetBeans Features
Watch this video series and be in the know about slick but hidden aspects of the NetBeans IDE that can help you be more productive.Bracket Matching Improved in NetBeans IDE
Developer Hermien Pellissier unearths new improvements to bracket matching in the NetBeans IDE.