NetBeans engineering managers John Jullion-Ceccarelli and Martin Ryzl offer a tour of new features in NetBeans IDE 6.9, including a demo of the new JavaFX Composer.
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NetBeans 6.9 Scala plugin is now available courtesy of Scala developer and NetBeans Dream Team member Caoyuan Deng. Read on for download details and the install guide.
GlassFish evangelist Arun Gupta's 5-part screencast shows how NetBeans IDE 6.9 provides comprehensive tooling for Java EE 6 & GlassFish 3.
JavaFX applications can get and display data from a RESTful Web Service or other remote data source. This tutorial creates a simple Twitter app using JavaFX Composer Data Sources support. You will learn how to GET and POST data from/to an HTTP service.
See how integrated support for the OSGi framework in NetBeans IDE 6.9 simplifies the process of creating OSGi bundles and using the bundles in your projects. In this tutorial, you will create a simple OSGi bundle from the Maven OSGI bundle archetype and then deploy the bundle to the Felix OSGi container that is included with the IDE.
This tutorial shows users how to incorporate an EMF model into a NetBeans Platform application.
This blog entry outlines how to relate some NetBeans Platform key terms, concepts and APIs to the Model View Controller (MVC) pattern.
Detailed steps from developer Lavamunky about downloading JavaCard to work in the Windows environment.