NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #577 - Mar 05, 2013 )
NetBeans IDE 7.3 is available for download in Brazilian-Portuguese, Japanese, Russian, and Simplified Chinese.
(Note: If you're unable to see the drop-down links on the NetBeans download page for the localized builds, we recommend refreshing your browser's cache.)
This module provides support in NetBeans IDE for the TypoScript language used by TYPO3.
Dream Team Member Toni Epple will be holding a NetBeans Platform Certified Training at the Eppleton headquarter in Munich. The three-day course is packed with workshops to give you everything you need for designing and developing applications based on the popular platform. Register for your spot today.
This tutorial demonstrates how NetBeans IDE provides tools that can help you work with CSS rules to modify the layout of an application.
In this tutorial, you first learn the basics of RESTful web services and how you can use JAX-RS to build such applications. Later on, you develop a REST API server by using JAX-RS that is capable of responding to the four basic HTTP methods: POST, GET, PUT, and DELETE. Finally, you deploy the REST server and test it by using RESTClient, an application for testing HTTP communications.
NetBeans Group Product Manager Ashwin Rao joins Roger Brinkley for a chat about the NetBeans IDE 7.3 release and its focus on HTML5 support.
Reporting issues is a valuable contribution to NetBeans. If you have any doubts about this we encourage you to read developer Michael Müller's blog entry.