NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #542 - Jun 18, 2012)
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JaCoCo, the Java Code Coverage library, is now supported natively in NetBeans IDE 7.2.
Blogger Dustin Marx demonstrates how NetBeans IDE 7.2 helps developers new to TestNG get started with the test framework that is an alternative to JUnit.
Learn to use LightView to convert REST services into a bindable set of properties.
Developing an Ajax Client for RESTful Web Services in NetBeans 7: Part 3 is the third installment of the RESTful Web Services Using NetBeans 7 Tutorial Series. This tutorial demonstrates using an Ajax-based HTML page as the client to consume RESTful Web service in NetBeans 7. It provides an overview of two approaches to render AJAX response either in XML or JSON format.
Learn to change the appearance of the tabs in the NetBeans IDE. See the related blog entry for additional links.
This screencast explains why package private visibility of injected fields does not break the encapsulation of Java EE applications.
Sending an Email using the JavaMail API covers sending email from a Java EE application using the JavaMail API. Using Java EE Environmental Variables shows you how to avoid hard-coding variable values within your application that may frequently need to be modified.
Tonny Kohar shares an easy tip for building and signing Android APK with JDK7 and NetBeans IDE.
A new Atlassian Bamboo plugin is on its way, courtesy of Adam Myatt.
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