NetBeans Weekly News (Issue 387 - Apr 14, 2009)
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The FCS version (1.0) of the NetBeans DTrace GUI Plugin + Chime has been published to the NetBeans Update Center and is available for download. The new release contains more than 30 new Chime displays that can be used to debug and tune applications that are written in native and dynamic languages such as Ruby and Python.
With the release of NetBeans 6.7 Milestone 3,
you can now access your Kenai projects from the IDE. Kenai is a
destination for developers to host their open source projects, connect
with other developers and do more. Visit Kenai.com for an overview of the service: what you get, how to join and get started.
Learn more about NetBeans and Project Kenai integration. To request an invitation to host a project on Kenai.com: send an e-mail to email@example.com and provide a brief description about the project you would like to host.
Turn on your speakers, pay close attention to the screen and watch NetBeans's evolution visualized as a code swarm video! If you contributed to the NetBeans code base see if you can spot your name among notable community contributors such as Jaroslav Tulach, Jesse Glick, Tor Norbye and more!
This tutorial shows how to configure NetBeans's PHP development environment in the Ubuntu operating system (7.10 and later). This involves installing and configuring the PHP engine, a MySQL database, an Apache web server, and the XDebug debugger.
Get the basics of using the NetBeans IDE with the Python programming language and begin to explore its possibilities. In this tutorial you will be develop a small application (hockeyRoster.py) to contain and manage a sports team.
Learn to use the NetBeans IDE to develop a secure, reliable JAX-WS web service and consume it in a Java class in a Java SE application, or in a servlet or JSP page.
This visual tech tip from Martin Adamek shows how to install the Android plugin into the NetBeans IDE.
A creative use of the NetBeans IDE: a Midi guitar's notes displayed in the NetBeans IDE using the NoteViewer plugin.
UNESCO has been an early supporter of the development of advanced multilingual software that is distributed free-of-charge around the world. In this NetBeans Zone interview, learn about one such software: CDS/ISIS, used for creating, updating and searching textual databases.
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