NetBeans Weekly News (Issue # 459 - Oct 25, 2010)
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Discover the power and flexibility of Java at Oracle Developer Day in New York City. Network with peers, see cutting edge demonstrations from Oracle experts, and code your way through hands-on workshops.
NetBeans User Group Nagpur will host a 2-day NetBeans Platform Certified Training session on November 27th and 28th. The course, led by Geertjan Wielenga, will be conducted via Skype and Webex. Participants from Togo will also be joining the event.
NetBeans 7.0 Milestone 2 comes pre-bundled with GlassFish 3.1. This screencast demos several features that have been added to the build.
Step-by-step instructions from Christian Michelsen that outline how to visually design HTML pages on the NetBeans Platform.
Tim Sparg shows how he integrated EJBs into his NetBeans Platform application on Maven.
Interested in SOA? Joseph Okharedia, a student in South Africa, describes an open-source UDDI Browser he is building on the NetBeans Platform!
Rémi Emonet describes an extension to the Lookup concept and Jaroslav Tulach responds with this thoughts in the comments.
Creating account management tools is a typical first step when learning Java. But Henning Krüp, a student in Germany describes doing this on the NetBeans Platform.
UNESCO has been eagerly awaiting JWebPane, but is now using DJ Native Swing instead, as explained in this blog.
A list of screenshots, contributed by Gustavo Santucho, of applications created on the NetBeans Platform in Argentina.
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