NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #600 - Aug 12, 2013 )
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On java.net, you can vote for NetBeans-based "Propylon Lmtd: Legislative Workbench" for the 2013 Community Duke's Choice Award. Last year the NetBeans-based NATO air traffic control system won the award, so let's continue the trend!
You're near the end of your Java development cycle and wondering how much of the code in your application is actually being used. How much dead code is there? Via this brand new plugin you can easily identify dead code, in a few clicks.
In this article, we'll take a look at the key Java EE 7 specifications and how NetBeans IDE 7.3.1 provides tools to help you get started using them.
This article describes how method overridding works in Java. NetBeans IDE is used for the develoment of examples.
Java EE enthusiasts should rejoice that a lone Mumbai based developer, Ashitraj More, took the time and effort to do exactly this for Java EE 6! The tutorial uses GlassFish, NetBeans, and MySQL.
"I have tested Eclipse, SublimeText, and PHPStorm, but I still prefer NetBeans IDE! Best balance between features, lightness, and stability."
This tutorial covers the steps required to apply JavaServer Faces 2.2 (JSF 2.2) Resource Library Contracts while using facelet templates in a web application.
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