NetBeans Weekly News (Issue # 469 - Jan 10, 2011)
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Join Oracle evangelist Arun Gupta for a code intensive webinar that
demonstrates ease of development with Java EE 6, GlassFish and
NetBeans. Discover how all three technologies can be used together to
build web applications and REST services. Register now.
Date: Tuesday, January 20, 2011
Time: 10:00 am PDT / 1:00 pm EDT / 19.00 CET (Check your time zone)
Join Oracle evangelists Arun Gupta, Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine, Roger
Brinkley and Tomas Nilsson at JFokus 2011 in Stockholm, Sweden to learn
about the latest features in Java EE, GlassFish and JDK 7, how the
NetBeans IDE in tandem with these technologies helps developers be more
productive, and more.
Oracle Sessions at JFokus:
The Java EE 6 Programming Model Explained
Java EE 6 Toolshow
Running your Java EE applications in the clouds
Learning Nuts & Bolts of Java EE 6 in a Code Intensive Tutorial
It's All About ME (Mobile and Embedded)
SevenBeans is a NetBeans module that makes the IDE, and other NetBeans Platform applications, more productive on Windows 7. Now you can pin NetBeans to the taskbar, quickly access recent projects, see progress and status directly on the taskbar button.
RUPS (Reading and Updating PDF Syntax) is an internal tool created by iText to debug PDF documents. Read more about the NetBeans plugin here.
This tutorial helps you get started with PHP and Oracle Database by showing how to build a web application and by giving techniques for using PHP with Oracle DB and the NetBeans IDE.
Learn how to create a sample mobile application in NetBeans IDE to generate a barcode image.
Gary Lefman from Cisco explains how Cisco's localization toolkit is based on the NetBeans Platform and what the benefits are of using the NetBeans Platform for modular desktop applications.
Adam Bien discusses various Java EE 6 architectures and design approaches that help developers build efficient, simple, and maintainable apps.
Carlos Hoces, the developer behind JPlay, discusses his publish/subscribe system based for NetBeans Platform applications.
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