NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #559 - Oct 16, 2012)
Project NewsVote for 20th NetBeans Governance Board!
The election for the 20th NetBeans Governance Board kicks off with Anton Epple, Glenn Holmer, and Hermien Pellissier as the three final community nominees. Learn more about their experience in the NetBeans community and then cast your vote until Tuesday, October 31st!NetBeans Plugin - phpcsmd
This plugin displays the output of phpcs, phpmd, phpcpd or pdepend in NetVeans IDE as Reports, Tasks or Annotations in your PHP source code.
TrainingJava EE 6 Workshops - Munich Airport Series with Adam Bien (Oct 22-24)
Adam Bien's popular Java EE 6 airport workshop series returns! Join the Java EE expert and trainer for three interactive workshops that are suited to all levels--from beginner to architect. "All questions are going to be answered...with deployable Java EE code."
TutorialsHTML5 Development for Dummies
What's HTML5 all about and how do you develop HTML5 applications? Get the answers in three steps.Video: RESTful Web Service with JAX-RS and Java EE 6
Create a JAX-RS RESTful web service with Maven 3 and Java EE 6 in less than 4 minutes.Testing EJB 3.1 Applications in GlassFish Embedded EJB Container
EJB 3.1 introduced the EJB 3.1 Embeddable API for executing EJB components within a Java SE environment. The embedded container allows use of the EJB programming model in desktop applications. The EJB 3.1 Embeddable API is designed for unit testing of EJB modules. This includes the support for running an embedded EJB container within a Java SE environment, so that the EJB can run without an Application Server.
ArticlesMeet a NetBeans Contributor: Benno Markiewicz
Have you wanted to create modules or contribute fixes to the NetBeans IDE but didn't know where or how to start? Learn from software developer Benno Markiewicz who has three NetBeans plugins and numerous patches to his name.Zoran Sevarac Reports from JavaOne
NetBeans Dream Team member Zoran Sevarac from the University of Belgrade reflects on the highlights of the recently held JavaOne and NetBeans Day.