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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #592 - June 17, 2013 )

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Learn more about how the Java language, tools and frameworks have been the foundation of countless enterprise systems, brought to you in partnership with Salesforce.

Project News

Just Released: NetBeans IDE 7.3.1 with Java EE 7 Support!

imageNetBeans IDE 7.3.1 is an update to NetBeans IDE 7.3 and offers full support for Java EE 7 development and contains integration of recent patches.


Java EE 7 SDK and GlassFish 4.0 Now Available

The new Java EE 7 delivers increased developer productivity along with powerful enterprise and web development capabilities. Arun Gupta outlines the major themes in the release.

NetBeans POV-Ray Syntax Plugin

NetBeans POV-Ray Syntax plugin complements the POV-Ray support in the NetBeans Project API tutorials.

Calendar

Register for Java Virtual Developer Day (June 19 & 25)

Go virtual and join Oracle’s latest Virtual Developer Day. Kick back and check out informative tutorials (that you can repeat at your own pace) to improve your Java programming expertise and engage in live chat sessions with the preeminent Java experts.

Tutorials

Video: Using the WebSocket API in a Web Application

This screencast demonstrate how to use the WebSocket API and JSON to create a simple web application that enables collaboration between client browsers that are connected to a single WebSocket endpoint.

Implementing Pagination in a JSF Page

image This tutorial covers the steps needed to implement the pagination feature in a table of a JavaServer Faces (JSF) page.


Articles

Customising Keyboard Shortcuts in NetBeans IDE

A primer for setting up shortcuts--as you want them to be--in NetBeans IDE.

Programming Tips for Teachers in NetBeans IDE

A short guide to handy features in NetBeans IDE for instructors teaching with the IDE.

Community

NetBeans Community Tweets: @jyeary

"@netbeans 7.3.1 is very well integrated with #Java #EE7. Great job."

JavaOne India Videos: A Developer Powerhouse

Tori Wieldt interviews Java developers at JavaOne India.

Discover how the Force.com Web Services Connector (WSC) is a code-generation tool and runtime library for use with Force.com Web services, brought to you in partnership with Salesforce.

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