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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #522 - Jan 30, 2012)

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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #522 - Jan 30, 2012)

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PHP 5.4 Support in NetBeans IDE

PHP 5.4 support is coming in the next NetBeans release. Try out editor features such as Array Dereferencing in daily builds of the NetBeans IDE.

Multi-Row Editor Tabs in NetBeans IDE

This much-requested feature is now available in daily builds of the NetBeans IDE. Check out details and screenshots.

Scala Plugin for NetBeans 7.1 Available

Download the latest version of the Scala plugin for NetBeans 7.1.


Virtual Developer Day: WebLogic (Europe: Feb. 7, Asia: Feb. 9)

Java developers and architects can learn how to use Java EE 6, Oracle WebLogic Server 12c, Oracle Coherence, Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse, NetBeans, Maven and Hudson in hands-on labs and sessions while interacting with Oracle product experts in live moderated chats.

New Oracle Java SE 7 Certification Series

Need a new training goal for the year? Upgrade your skill set with the new Oracle Java SE 7 Certification series and gain the know-how to write productive and efficient Java code.


Video: Smarty Support in NetBeans IDE for PHP

Learn how to work with the Smarty PHP framework in NetBeans IDE.

Using JLayer in Swing Applications in NetBeans IDE

image This tutorial demonstrates using a JLayer component in Java Swing applications.




Tech Tip: Shelve and Un-Shelve Changes in NetBeans 7.1

John Yeary demos a cool new feature in NetBeans IDE 7.1 that allows a developer to make changes to a project without committing them to a source control system.

Tech Tip: Export Shortcuts to HTML in NetBeans IDE

Geertjan Wielenga reveals a hidden feature in the NetBeans IDE: How to export your own set of shortcuts to HTML.


NetBeans IDE 7.1 Review: NetBeans Platform Support

A review of new and enhanced NetBeans Platform features--Window System, Pluggable Multiviews, and more--in NetBeans 7.1.

Oracle and the Java Ecosystem

InfoQ.com reflects on the state of the Java ecosystem--the JCP, OpenJDK, and more--under Oracle.


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