New year, new NetBeans IDE!
NetBeans IDE 7.1 is released and available to download, with support for JavaFX 2.0, Git integration, an enhanced Java Editor, and much more. Learn more about the release and download it to get your projects off to a productive start in the new year!
Watch some of the newest screencasts about NetBeans IDE 7.1. You'll learn what the highlights of the release are and see parts of NetBeans that you've never seen before!
Take part in the latest Java.net poll to indicate when you'll start using the latest NetBeans release.
A plugin providing the history cache for Copy actions in NetBeans IDE. Install it today.
InfoQ covers highlights of the NetBeans IDE 7.1 release.
A new article on TheServerSide.com digs into the details of the Java Editor in NetBeans. For example, did you know javac is embedded within NetBeans? And what's the relationship between Oracle engineers and the NetBeans Team? Read all about it here.
Another article published over the past days about the NetBeans IDE 7.1 release.
Tori Wieldt, writing for the blog providing insider news from the Java Team at Oracle, welcomes NetBeans IDE 7.1.
JavaFX, refactoring, Maven, and more! Lucas Jellema, Oracle ACE Director for Fusion Middleware, gives a broad overview of the highlights of NetBeans IDE 7.1.
The latest release of the IDE is ready to use with the Scala plugin. If you're a Scala user, try it out!
A report on a recently held NetBeans Platform training course at the Vrijeuniversiteit in Amsterdam.
Jaroslav Tulach, Toni Epple, and Thomas Wurthinger are running the 6th annual NetBeans Platform training in Linz, Austria.
Join in with the first NetBeans Platform training course to be held this year at Eppleton IT Consulting in Munich.