NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #555 - Sept 18, 2012)
Project NewsHelp Us Stabilize NetBeans IDE 7.3 - Join NetCAT 7.3
Do you enjoy playing with software and hunting for defects? If you are an experienced NetBeans IDE user and you have a few hours to spare per week from mid September 2012 through mid January 2013, you can join other community volunteers in the NetCAT 7.3 program. Get your NetBeans bug(s) fixed and make friends along the way!NetBeans Plugin: Command Shortcuts
The Command Shortcuts module lets you execute a number of external commands from within the IDE, e.g., open a file with another editor, send a file by FTP, and make a file writable.
CommunityRegister Now for NetBeans Day!
NetBeans Day is packed with demos and interactions with famous Java developers from around the world who are well versed in Java EE, JavaFX, and NetBeans Platform development. Register today so that we'll know you're coming and be able to plan accordingly!Attend JavaOne 2012 for Just $75!
Can't afford a full JavaOne pass? For just $75, you can get into NetBeans Day, the exhibition hall, and the JavaOne Keynotes.2012 JavaOne Program Review Committee
A large team of Java experts have spent the previous months reviewing JavaOne submissions, combing through websites and debating pros and cons across multiple timezones. Who are these people? The complete list of reviewers is now available, with bios and photos included.
BlogsHow to Create File Templates with Wizards & FreeMarker
Create complex file templates for NetBeans IDE, incorporating FreeMarker variables. A very useful blog entry on this topic, describing everything you need to know!Debugging NetBeans RCP from IntelliJ IDEA
Andrzej Greszik shows you how to set up the IntelliJ IDEA debugger to debug NetBeans Platform applications.
TutorialsUsing Servlet Filters to Profile Web Application Performance in Java EE 6
Servlet Filters is a feature in the Java EE Servlet Specification that is used to intercept requests made to Java EE Applications. Using Filters you can validate requests before they are processed, add information to responses, and measure execution time of the called resource. In this tutorial you will create a simple web application and measure its response time using Servlet Filters, you will store the data in a Session Bean and then display it using JavaServer Faces.
Maven Command Line for NetBeans Platform
Maven's command line can be used to set up NetBeans Platform applications, because Maven archetypes exist for the NetBeans Platform as well as NetBeans modules. Read thiss tutorial for all the details.Java Desktop Development with Maven
Want to create large modular applications that access a database and use the Maven build system? Follow the steps in this tutorial, showing how you can leverage the framework beneath NetBeans IDE while you do so!Wicket 6 and NetBeans IDE 7.2
An updated tutorial showing you how to use the latest version of Wicket with the laatest version of NetBeans IDE.