Coming to JavaOne this year? In addition to NetBeans Day on 30 September, there's many more opportunities to get involved in the NetBeans community at JavaOne. Here's a list of all the sessions throughout JavaOne that deal with NetBeans IDE in one way or another. See you there!
The Ayatana plugin integrates the NetBeans menu bar with Unity, as well as letting you use accelerators and keyboard shortcuts, as well as Unity's Heads Up Display.
The Oracle Java curriculum development group has compiled a list of ten time saving features in NetBeans IDE, features that make the development of Java software a lot easier!
When creating Java software systems in Arabic, you'll encounter several stumbling blocks, which are discussed and solved in this article.
From construction site damage control to avalanche prediction, GRID-IT in Austria is focused on earth observation and monitoring. In this article, three cool business applications on the NetBeans Platform are discussed.
Dustin Marx has a great blog that frequently focuses on NetBeans IDE. Recently, he's described how to refactor a constructor as a static factory and how to refactor a paramterized constructor as a builder.
Start using Ruby and Rails support in NetBeans IDE 7.2 today, via the upgraded community Ruby plugin.
Hermien Pellissier reports on how to get started setting up functional tests for Mavenized NetBeans Platform applications. Get set up, kick off the test process, and watch your application get clicked!
In this video, you see an end-to-end demonstration of a Java EE 6 application created on Maven, with PrimeFaces as the component library, and Maven as the build system.
Features enabled via drag 'n drop are hard to discover but, nonetheless, very powerful. In this video you learn about two of them.
In this article and video, you learn how to integrate a palette with a multiview element.