NetBeans Weekly News (Issue 422 - Jan 12, 2010)
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VisualVM 1.2.2 has been released and is available for download. The new version upgrades the underlying framework to the NetBeans Platform 6.8 and delivers several performance improvements and bug fixes.
The NetBeans 6.8 IDE comes with improved collaboration integration with Kenai.com, Sun's onramp for the connected developer experience of tomorrow. Learn how to easily host code/projects and engage with distributed teams directly from the NetBeans IDE. Learn more about Kenai.com.
Sign up for Sang Shin's free one-week Java EE 6 online codecamp where participants get to write lots and lots of code and in the process learn about key Java EE 6 technologies. A panel of expert advisors will also be available throughout the week to answer technical questions and provide guidance.
Sun Evangelist Arun Gupta highlights some of the new and cool features provided by Java EE 6 technologies. See how the NetBeans IDE allows you to create a simple web application, enable JSF and create Facelets.
The JavaFX SDK offers some useful features that enable developers to create complex animated and transformational effects. Learn how to apply classes from the javafx.animation.transition package to build fade, translate, rotate, scale, and path transitions.
This blog tutorial uses the NetBeans IDE, Java and MySQL to develop a web application that can handle simultaneous requests from clients and keep them secure from each other.
Java champion and Java EE expert Adam Bien lists five reasons why he continues to be a fan of the NetBeans IDE.
Rafal Maslana is an avid diver and a NetBeans Platform developer. Read about his open-source dive planning application built on the NetBeans Platform.
A cool announcement from the NetBeans PHP team: Early support for the Zend framework is available for testing. Try it out and give the team feedback.
You might know that you can deploy a web-startable (JNLP) NetBeans Platform application to a web server, but what if the server doesn't support WAR-files? Developer Florian Brunner found a solution and shared his Ant script and some tips.
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