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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #560 - Oct 22, 2012)

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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #560 - Oct 22, 2012)

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Project News

NetBeans IDE 7.2.1 Released

NetBeans IDE 7.2.1 is an update to NetBeans IDE 7.2 and includes support for JavaME 3.2 SDK, JavaFX 2.2 SDK, and integration of recent patches.

Plugin: phpcsmd

This plugin reports code measurements generated by phpcs, phpmd, phpcpd and pdepend as Tasks and Annotations.

Community

Vote for the 20th NetBeans Governance Board

Toni Epple, Glenn Holmer, and Hermien Pellissier have made themselves available as candidates for the next NetBeans Governance Board. Take a moment to read all about it and cast your vote!

Meet a NetBeans Blogger: Dustin Marx

Dustin Marx has a great blog with many tips, tricks, and insights that relate to NetBeans IDE. Read his tips and tricks for writing a similar NetBeans-oriented blog yourself.

Articles

Rob Terpilowski's JavaOne Trip Report

One of the NetBeans speakers at JavaOne was Rob Terpilowski, who reports on the experience, with a special focus on NetBeans topics.

CERTivity KeyStores Manager 1.1 Released

The EduLib team is proud to announce that a new improved version of the NetBeans Platform based CERTivity KeyStores Manager.

Media Software Update

Read the latest status report on Praxis, the open source media software created on the NetBeans Platform.

Blogs

From JSF to HTML5

In some scenarios, it might make sense to consider HTML5 as an alternative to your JSF front end in a Java EE application. This blog entry gives you all the resources you needed.

Join the Play Framework Support for NetBeans

A new project is starting up to provide support for Play 2.0 in NetBeans. Read the introductory article and add your name in the comments if you want to be involved in this project.


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