NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #540 - Jun 04, 2012)
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NetBeans IDE 7.1 Patch 3 is an update to NetBeans IDE 7.1, 7.1.1 and 7.1.2.
To receive the patch fixes, launch your current installation of NetBeans IDE 7.1, 7.1.1, or 7.1.2 and an update alert will appear. Click the notification box to install the updates. OR to perform the update manually, select Tools-->Plugins-->Reload Catalog (Updates Tab).
There's so much good stuff in NetBeans IDE 7.2 Beta that it's possible you easily overlooked another cool feature: enhanced search functionality.
Join Larry Ellison and Mark Hurd for the launch of Oracle Cloud on June 6th. Register to watch a live webcast of the announcement. Another first that day? Ellison tweets! Follow him now at @larryellison.
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Beating IBM's energy information system and Evoswitch's modular data central hall, Ordina's AgroSense, a NetBeans based farm management system for precision agriculture, received the prestigious IT Environment Award for 2012 in the Netherlands.
Blogger Dustin Marx takes a closer look at the fanfare behind
NetBeans IDE 7.2 beta, noting speed improvements, new hints, and more.
"There's a lot to like about NetBeans 7.2, even in its beta release. It is faster and more helpful than its direct predecessors and integrates with many of the most popular Java and software tools and frameworks available today."
Static code analysis is a new feature in NetBeans IDE 7.2 Beta. This screencast demonstrates how to perform static analysis of your Java code using FindBugs and NetBeans Java Hints without actually running your applications.
The Java Message Service series shows you how to create a Java Message Service using NetBeans with GlassFish and NetBeans with WebLogic 12c.
This screencast shows how to set up PHP applications on Hudson and Jenkins continuous build servers. It includes an overview of what continuous builds are and why they can be useful with PHP applications. The screencast also shows how to launch a build job for a PHP application and how to access the results.
jMonkeyEngine SDK 3.0RC1 was recently released and based on top of NetBeans IDE 7.2 Beta. NetBeans evangelist Geertjan Wielenga captures his first try of the SDK.
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