NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #505 - Sept 19, 2011)
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It's time to elect new members for the 19th term of the NetBeans Governance Board.
Participate in the process by nominating NetBeans community members
that you think should be considered for the Board. You can even nominate
The deadline for nominations is Friday, September 29, at midnight in the last time zone.
This module by Michael Bien enables quick browsing through large XML documents.
How many open source projects do you contribute to? See how you stack up to other open source fans in the latest NetBeans community poll.
Gerrit Grunwald from the Munster JUG has created an FXG converter for multiple language bindings, e.g., Java, JavaFX, and Android. Geertjan has created a NetBeans plugin for this converter and needs your comments & feedback!
Attending JavaOne this year? Be sure to arrange your conference calendar to check out the plethora of technical sessions, BOFs and Hands-on labs that will feature the NetBeans IDE. And if you need a recap of a session visit NetBeans.org for select downloads of slides and lab notes during the week of the conference.
Oracle GlassFish evangelist Arun Gupta offers a quick guide to building and running Scala applications using Maven.
In this tutorial, the user creates a connection pool to a MySQL database in GlassFish, and then creates a simple web application that makes use of the connection pool.
Good news for Smarty users. Support for the template engine will become a standard part of the NetBeans 7.1 build. Learn more from the NetBeans PHP team blog.
A time-saving code completion tip for constructors, getters and setters, and overrides.
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