NetBeans Weekly News (Issue 376 - Jan 26, 2009)
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Learn to leverage the NetBeans IDE and the JRuby-on-Rails framework to
deploy MySQL-backed applications on GlassFish in a FREE and LIVE
technical webinar on Tuesday, January 27th.
Topic: Developing MySQL-Backed Applications with NetBeans and JRuby-on-Rails
Time: 10:00 am PDT, 1:00 pm EDT, 18:00 GMT (The presentation will be approximately 45 minutes long followed by Q&A.)
IDRsolutions has updated its free PDF viewer and bookmarking plugin for the NetBeans IDE. The plugin allows users to view and search PDFs on their computers or the Internet, and also allows PDFs to be bookmarked for quick and easy access. This update improves speed, fixes all reported bugs and is also available from the NetBeans IDE's Update Center and the NetBeans Plugin Portal.
Inyoung Cho and Cindy Church describe the JavaFX Scene Graph and demonstrate how it is used by running a sample JavaFX application in the NetBeans IDE.
In this tutorial, create and run a simple web application using a MySQL database and PHP support in the NetBeans IDE. The sample application lets you share information on wish lists (for birthdays, holidays, and so on) with your friends.
Python and Jython support is available in NetBeans 6.5 via the nbPython plugin. This tutorial covers installation of the plugin and then shows how to generate a small Jython application that uses Java libraries contained within an external JAR file.
A developer discovers how NetBeans IDE handles code insight and completion for CakePHP.
You installed a new plugin in NetBeans and now the IDE has slowed down or has stopped responding. Adam Bien offers a quick fix.
Amit Saha writes about how to start using the DTrace plugin for NetBeans IDE with Python.
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