NetBeans Weekly News (Issue # 455 - Sep 27, 2010)
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Did you miss the NetBeans IDE & NetBeans Platform in action at this year's JavaOne conference? Visit the NetBeans @ JavaOne 2010 page
on NetBeans.org to download General Session and BOF slides, as well as
instruction guides to Hand-on Labs where the NetBeans IDE was used.
For full access to audio and video to executive and general sessions, and keynotes from JavaOne, Oracle OpenWorld and Oracle Develop, visit Oracle's conference OnDemand page.
What did conference presenters and attendees have to say about JavaOne 2010? The best JavaOne for the NetBeans Platform, according to Geertjan Wielenga. A thumbs-up from Adam Bien on the level of technical content and the focus on NetBeans. A lively discussion among JavaEE experts, and more.
Oracle Magazine named Java EE expert and NetBeans Dream Team member Adam Bien as its ninth annual Editors' Choice for Java Developer of the Year.
Without using any IDE, you are shown how to create NetBeans Platform applications on top of Maven from the command line.
A NetBeans Community-contributed tutorial by Joseph Areeda on how to add a splash screen to a Java application.
This four-part tutorial shows how to use JavaFX binding to get and display data from a RESTful web service data provider; creating the UI with the JavaFX Composer tool in NetBeans IDE 6.9.
In a review of Java programming tools, the NetBean IDE's ease of use and design are among the qualities that make a positive impression on InfoWorld's Andrew Binstock.
Tom Cosley introduces you to a new enterprise resource planning application for manufacturing companies, based on the NetBeans Platform.
Edvin Syse's Wusher (WebStart Usher) program eliminates the need to create separate installers for multiple NetBeans Platform applications.
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.
BlackBerry DEVCON organizers are extending a special offer to NetBeans users. From September 27 - 30, connect with other developers, meet RIM experts, and dig deeper into development tools for the BlackBerry platform. Register with the special code DD6RAC to receive a reduced conference rate of $849. (The on-site rate is $1399.)
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