NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #491 - Jun 13, 2011)
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JAM is a free NetBeans IDE Plugin for developers to develop mobile websites with the Biscuit Markup Language. Create, test and debug mobile web applications that will run on mobile phones over the Netbiscuits Platform. JAM Plugin 1.3 introduces PHP support, and includes editor enhancements.
Developer Stefan Lundgren is building a plugin that allows for easy searches of source files or bundle texts for components displayed at runtime. Find out how to download the plugin and contribute to the project.
The agenda for NetBeans Day Munich has been finalized! Join NetBeans engineers, Java experts, and fellow developers for a day of live demos, technical tips and insights, and discussions about Java and NetBeans software. Check out the agenda for more details. It's not too late to join the fun, and registration is FREE.
Join NetBeans Dreamteam member and NetBeans RCP consultant Toni
Epple for a short talk about why the NetBeans Platform rocks!
Session: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the NetBeans RCP
Arun Gupta's Tip Of The Day (TOTD) explains how to create application-scoped resources using the NetBeans IDE and then deploying the application in GlassFish.
A quick tip from the NetBeans PHP team on how to add a shortcut for generating PHP Doc for a class or method function.
Javier Ortiz presents counterpoints towards a recent article comparing Eclipse RCP against the NetBeans RCP. Who makes the most compelling case? Read and add your comments on NetBeans Zone.
Universidad Católica in Santiago de Cali, Colombia organized its first "Campus Software Party", bringing students, professors, and developers together to share knowledge and experiences of using open-source software tools such as the NetBeans IDE and NetBeans Platform.
Developer Osvaldo Doederlein reports on JavaFX 2.0 Beta after his porting experience to the new platform.
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