NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #532 - Apr 10, 2012)
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Masaki Katakai reports on JavaOne in Tokyo. NetBeans is being used in demos throughout the conference, so the interest at the NetBeans booth was very high!
The PrimeFaces team is gathering feedback on how the support in NetBeans for the PrimeFaces JSF UI component framework can be improved. Are you using PrimeFaces in NetBeans too? Your feedback is needed!
This plugin enables NetBeans users to continue to use the debugging facilities of NetBeans when debugging JVM applications that use JRebel.
Dustin Marx, digs further into the very large library of coding hints that NetBeans provides out of the box. Want to improve your code quickly and easily? Read Dustin's article!
NetBeans Dream Team member Javier Ortiz, together with Miloš Šilhánek, has published a book that will quickly get you up to speed on the NetBeans APIs. And it is free!
NetBeans Dream Team member Toni Epple has created an on-line newspaper that is updated automatically with news about NetBeans!
Ryan Nutt's blog provides a lot of helpful hints about using WordPress. In this entry, you learn about setting up templates to help you quickly create WordPress files.
The Eppleton blog has been focusing more on JavaFX emperiments. In this entry, you learn about creating a Tetris game in JavaFX!
While tabbing through an OutlineView, until you press the Space key in the selected cell, or until you click the mouse within it, you cannot edit it. Here's how to fix that!
Learn how to create mobile apps using JavaME and the NetBeans IDE in a LIVE virtual class April 16 organized by Oracle University.
NetBeans will be strongly represented at JavaOne Russia, to be held in Moscow next week. If you're at the conference, stop by the NetBeans booth!
A free NetBeans Platform course is scheduled to be held from 23 to 25 April, 2012, at Wageningen University in the Netherlands. If you're in the area, you're welcome to join in.
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