NetBeans Weekly News (Issue # 453 - Sep 13, 2010)
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Learn to quickly create a small demo with animated graphics using the NetBeans JavaFX Composer. With the JavaFX Production Suite, you can prepare graphic files for use in JavaFX applications.
This tutorial unit from the popular NetBeans E-commerce series demonstrates how to set up a login form using declarative security with form-based authentication, and configure SSL support between a web application and the GlassFish server.
Line Wrap is a new feature in NetBeans IDE 6.10 Milestone 1. Harry Goldstone explains how to set it up.
Join NetBeans Platform experts Jaroslav Tulach, Toni Epple, and Geertjan Wielenga in London on October 14 for a free evening of code. All questions about the NetBeans Platform will be answered with code! The session will be held at Skills Matter Exchange.
Gephi, an open source network visualization tool built on the NetBeans Platform, will receive a "Duke's Choice Award" at JavaOne. That's the equivalent of getting an Oscar in the Java world! Congratulations to the Gephi team.
Oracle Magazine is currently running a survey to find out what Java technologies and tools to feature in its pages. Take a minute to give your feedback.
Jonathan Gillham explains how and why he used the NetBeans Platform as the basis of a competition timing application. He includes some cool screenshots!
Tim Boudreau's Outline component has been extended by Viacheslav Rudyuk, so that a single path rather than a whole tree is shown.
A brand new book review of the new "NetBeans Platform 6.9 Developer's Guide".
Find out about the latest release of Kuwaiba, an open source inventory system built on the NetBeans Platform.
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