In this episode, meet John Yeary, JavaEE evangelist, blogger, JUG leader, and one of four new members to the NetBeans Dream Team. Find out what's new in Project Scanning, and how Bode Miller relates to better API design.
Another new feature added to PHP support for the next NetBeans release: Continuous Integration. Get details on how to configure the IDE to try out this upcoming NetBeans 7.2 feature.
Javadoc formatting and highlighting for Javadoc comments in NetBeans 7.1 is much improved. Check out the new set of options.
Griffon is a light-weight desktop application framework written in and for Groovy. Think "Grails for the desktop". The Griffon plugin for NetBeans IDE provides project templates and code generators to help you get started, so that you can avoid all the command line prompts provided by Griffon.
In a series of innovative blog postings, Java Architect Daniel Zwolenski explores ways to build applications in JavaFX 2.0 -- from Spring to controller injection to client servers.
A two-part tutorial that covers how to use JPedal's PDF to JavaFX plugin for NetBeans IDE.
Learn how to use JavaFX 2.0 support in NetBeans 7.1 to build an application that uses FXML.
Check out Geertjan's recent collection of YouTube videos from companies/developers that use the NetBeans Platform to build their products. More videos:
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There are many ways to download Java EE 6 code samples. Check out tips and links from Oracle Java EE evangelists Alexis and Arun.