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Kenai.com: The Movie

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Kenai.com: The Movie

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Kenai is the name of a city in Alaska that uses the motto "A village with a past, a city with a future." This, the vision underpinning the recently started Kenai.com, where you can upload and manage your source code, has been extended to a gradually increasing layer of support in NetBeans IDE 6.7. For example, you can upload source code to Kenai, commit it to a version control system, and then download the sources again into the IDE, from where you can continue working on them.


To introduce you to all of this, NetBeans technical writer Ken Ganfield created a series of screencasts recently. Below you see the core features of NetBeans/Kenai integration demonstrated with a few clicks of the mouse:


Creating a Kenai Project in NetBeans 6.7


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Opening a Kenai Project in NetBeans 6.7


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Working with Issue Tracking in NetBeans 6.7


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How do you break a Monolith into Microservices at Scale? This ebook shows strategies and techniques for building scalable and resilient microservices.

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