JavaOne China 2013 took place last week in Shanghai. Read about sessions and demonstrations about NetBeans IDE at JavaOne China and meet the enthusiastic Oracle team that worked at the NetBeans demo booth!
A darker look and feel for NetBeans IDE. The look and feel is based on the Metal Look And Feel and the NetBeans Get A Tan plugin.
This video tutorial series looks at how to build a client-side HTML5 application with jQuery and KnockoutJS. It covers binding DOM elements to a data model, defining event handlers, and pulling data from JSON and REST services.
If you're creating Java EE projects on Maven, NetBeans IDE 7.4 lets you click items in the Chrome browser to see where they're defined in your HTML5 frontend source code in the IDE. Take the steps in this article to see how to get started.
NetBeans IDE 7.4 features a new mechanism to add license headers to your projects. It also allows you to switch the license easily, as described here.
A great new feature in NetBeans IDE 7.4 lets you identify long methods, complex constructors, and other messy code in a matter of clicks!
Take a look at Arun Gupta's pics from the fun #GeekBikeRide at JavaOne China!
Finally switching back to NetBeans IDE, cause (imo) it's the best c++ IDE on Linux (way better than Eclipse.)
Using @NetBeans 7.4 Beta - editor hints now prompt you for static methods making JUnit/Hamcrest/Mockito painless. Fantastic!