NetBeans Weekly News (Issue # 448 - Aug 03, 2010 )
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VisualVM 1.3 introduces many new features, such as:
- Sampler in the core tool, customizable Sampler and Profiler presets
- Taking remote heap dumps
- Monitoring remote hosts via a JMX-enabled application
- Using the latest NetBeans Platform and Profiler 6.9
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This demonstration walks you through creating a simple Java application in the Java Editor of NetBeans IDE 6.9. You will see how to use editor productivity features, such as code completion, code templates, and error hints, and learn how to effectively use the capabilities of the IDE's Java editor.
This tutorial shows how to use NetBeans IDE's JavaFX Composer to create a client for a RESTful web service. The client includes POST and GET methods.
This document outlines how to create a NetBeans Platform Module Suite from Maven archetypes and build and install the suite in your installation of the NetBeans IDE.
Jaroslav Tulach introduces a new annotation that lets you work with databases in Java in a Rails-like manner. He accompanies his presentation with a demo in NetBeans IDE.
Developer Richard Conroy gives a detailed account of installing a Ruby/JRuby development environment on his Ubuntu OS.
The blog title says it all: A casual online search for "Swing OSGi" leads a long-time Eclipse user to the NetBeans Platform and inspires a "love post" about his new framework.
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