NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #510 - Oct 25, 2011)
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Tune in for chats about the development status of NetBeans 7.1 and a recap of NetBeans news from JavaOne 2011, as well as an interview about how the NetBeans Platform is used for earthquake monitoring by the mining industry.
NetBeans Dream Team member John Yeary reports on Michal Hlaváč's plugin for generating serial version data in your Serializable classes. Try it out and give him feedback!
Data from mines around the world is sent to the Institute of Mine Seismology in Stellenbosch, South Africa. Several applications based on NetBeans analyze the data and help ensure mine safety.
Geertjan presents a short report on the state of NetBeans at JavaOne. Were you at JavaOne too? Why not blog about your NetBeans experiences there?
Learn how to create a JavaFX FXML application using NetBeans IDE 7.1 Beta. This guide provides step-by-step instructions for using the FXML template to create the user interface for a login application.
Join NetBeans engineer Petr Pisl at PHP Barcelona 2011 for a look at why PHP support in NetBeans IDE continues to gain rave reviews. Learn about features that simplify everyday tasks and speed up the development of PHP applications. Get a look at new features in NetBeans IDE 7.x, such as PHP Unit testing, debugging, CSS support and more.
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