Speed up and improve your Java 7 skills with the new NetBeans IDE 7 DZone Refcard: "NetBeans IDE 7: Programming in Java 7".
Updated to include the JDK7 development experience, the reference card offers an overview of the JDK7 language features available in the NetBeans IDE as well as Editor and keyboard shortcuts, and code templates.
Download the refcard from DZone to get the most out of NetBeans IDE 7.0 and its support for Java 7 programming.
The JavaOne 2011 site has a smart new look, the better to showcase the latest news about the biggest Java gathering of the year, as well as get you quickly to registration information and session details. Another nice touch: Resources to help you build a case for travel approval to the conference!
Did you miss the Java 7 launch party last week? Watch the replay of the webcast and see pictures of how some of the Java User Groups worldwide (Noroeste, Goiania and Sao Paolo, Brazil; and Japan) celebrated.
This tutorial outlines a simple way of create and consume a Maven web application archetype using NetBeans 7.0, JSF 2.x and GlassFish.
A quick look at setting up the NetBeans IDE for remote deployment with GlassFish.
Copper Arrow Software creates custom software using the NetBeans Platform as well as the Amazon Web Services platform. Their AWS Administrator is one such desktop client project. Read more about it.
Thinking of switching to Git from SVN or CVS-based repositories? Check out the ten most important commands in a Git workflow to be aware about.
An article outlining how to consume SOAP Web Service using the JAX-WS integration in NetBeans IDE 7.0.