Starting this week, several virtual developer days will be held. NetBeans will be present too. Watch presentations and follow hands on labs where the IDE will be used for rapid Java EE 6 development.
A very recent edition of Roger and Terrence's Java podcast focuses on the newest and coolest features in NetBeans IDE 7.1. Take a listen!
Jindent is a powerful source code formatter for Java and C/C++. Jindent empowers you to transform any foreign Java/C/C++ source code to meet your preferred coding style or any common Java code convention.
In a matter of months, Microchip's NetBeans-based IDE has won its second award. Congratulations Microchip, from the NetBeans Team!
Markus Eisele loves JSF and steps you through a scenario using RichFaces and WebLogic via NetBeans IDE.
NetBeans Dream Team member Adam Bien writes: "Interfaces are no longer required with Java EE 6, so you can use them more consciously for the realization of business logic."
jQuery? DOJO? What do you use to implement rich web UI in your application? The NetBeans Team would like to know what your preferences are, please let us know!
John Yeary shares a video showing how to use NetBeans IDE 7.1 to migrate Apache Commons IO 2.0 from JDK 5 to JDK 7.
Hermien Pellissier has a number of interesting blog entries. In this one is a quick hint about a new NetBeans IDE feature!
Starting a new NetBeans blog, Martin Skurla shares how he uses NetBeans APIs to visualize the Javac abstract syntax tree.
Ceylon is a new JVM language. Read this blog entry about a project that's already created editor coloring for the Ceylon syntax.