NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #536 - May 09, 2012)
The Duke's Choice Awards celebrate extreme innovation in the world of Java technology. NetBeans-based projects have been Duke winners in 2009 and 2011. Be a part of this distinguished group! Nominate an individual, a project, a group or company who demonstrates the best in Java innovation. Deadline is June 15, 2012.
A short clip of FindBugs integration, a feature in the upcoming NetBeans IDE 7.2 release.
This multi-part series provides an overview of JavaFX and the Scene Graph, and then you learn how to use JavaFX with NetBeans IDE to create a JavaFX application. The series is developed by JavaFX Developer John Yoon and JavaFX Evangelist Angel Caicedo, both of Oracle.
Learn to use JDialog and JOptionPane(Java GUI programming) to create a Java desktop application in the NetBeans IDE.
A short article on how to install NetBeans IDE on Ubuntu 12.04.
Do you have a layover in Munich in July? Make the most of your wait by picking up useful Java EE techniques and tips from Adam Bien in his "Munich Airport Series". Get a real world start in Java EE 6 and learn to develop, build and test lean applications. (Also for local developers.)
Oracle JDK 7u4 for Mac OS X is now available. Java architect and consultant Fabrizio Giudici reports back about installing the update on NetBeans IDE 7.1.2.
Image recognition on your Android phone? Now a reality with Neuroph and NetBeans. Find out more about how to create your own image recognition neural network.