NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #567 - Dec 11, 2012)
Trying out HTML5 support in beta and dev builds of NetBeans IDE 7.3? Find out how to get early access to the NetBeans Chrome plugin from the Chrome Web Store.
Get quick access to the file system browser, open a shell or launch a command while working in the NetBeans IDE.
Learn to use JRebel technology with NetBeans IDE 7.2.1 and a local installation of the Tomcat 7 servlet container.
In NetBeans IDE 7.3, a Backbone.js file can be generated from a Java RESTful web service. This video demonstrates the steps.
An introductory tutorial on using NetBeans IDE with PHP-XDebug on WAMP Server.
A free and open source editor for programmers looking for Perl support on the NetBeans IDE.
NetBeans IDE comes bundled with Jemmy and JUnit. As this short article outlines getting Jemmy tests to run as part of unit testing is an easy task.
What best describes your current feeling about Gradle? Add your view to the mix on the latest Java.net poll.
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