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Munich Monday: NetBeans Platform in Less Than a Minute

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What every Java engineer should know about microservices: Reactive Microservices Architecture.  Brought to you in partnership with Lightbend.

Today I've published #5 in a series of short screencasts on the NetBeans Platform. These Screencasts are little practical demos to help you get started. There's a new one every monday.

Today's screencast shows how to change the default opened state and position of windows. That works not only for your own windows, but for any other window. In my demo I'm using the Properties Window.

Other screencasts show how you create an application, how to add a Window, how to store form data and how to add a splashscreen.

Enjoy!

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