Join Java Evangelist Arun Gupta and Senior Architect Linda DeMichiel for a free MySQL webinar: “Using the Latest Java Persistence API 2.0 Features with MySQL", on Tuesday, 23 February at 10am US Pacific time.
NetBeans IDE 6.9 Milestone 1 is now available for download. Highlights
of this stabilized development build include new features and
enhancements for NetBeans Platform OSGi interoperability, Java Editor,
Java EE, PHP, C/C++ and more.
Visit the NetBeans 6.9 New and Noteworthy page to learn more about all the features available in this milestone build. The final release of NetBeans IDE 6.9 is planned for Summer 2010.
Learn to take full advantage of the NetBeans IDE's Apache Maven support with this tutorial that demonstrates how to import, create and work with Apache Maven-based projects in the IDE.
This quick tutorial takes you through some of the features for debugging a C or C++ project in the NetBeans IDE.
The NetBeans team is working on new tools for OSGi developers, specifically for those who want to use Swing as their UI toolkit. The NetBeans Platform will recognize OSGi bundles, and as a result users will be able to import OSGi bundles into their NetBeans Platform applications.
An interview with Lalit Pant, the creator of Kojo, a computer learning environment for children, based on Scala and built on the NetBeans Platform.
For Michel Graciano, a NetBeans 6.8 community tester, beta testing the NetBeans IDE is a way to stay connected to the tool as it grows.
In the NetBeans IDE 6.9 development builds, there's a new formatting category for PHP: the Blank Lines category. You can define where you want the code formatting action to add or delete blank lines between different elements in PHP code.
Adam Bien shares a code sample for a timer service using Java EE 6 and annotations. No additional configuration files or dependencies needed!