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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #602 - Aug 26, 2013)

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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #602 - Aug 26, 2013)

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Project News

Take the NetBeans IDE 7.3 Satisfaction Survey!

The NetBeans team needs your feedback about your experience using NetBeans IDE 7.3 or its update release, NetBeans IDE 7.3.1. Are you getting the best coding experience when using NetBeans IDE 7.3 or NetBeans IDE 7.3.1? Are there features or enhancements the NetBeans team should consider in future releases? Let us know!

Tutorials

Video: JavaFX 8 DatePicker and NetBeans IDE 7.4

This video demonstrates how to use NetBeans 7.4 Beta to create a JavaFX application from scratch that also contains a DatePicker. It also touches on using Java lambda expressions to simplify event handling.

Video: Qt, NetBeans IDE and Ubuntu

Create a Qt GUI application using Netbeans IDE 7.3.1 and Ubuntu.

Blogs

Eclipse Formatter for NetBeans IDE

Read about a new plugin that makes it possible to integrate an Eclipse XML formatting file into the NetBeans IDE.

Customizing the NetBeans Installer

This blog entry outlines how to use Maven to customise the NetBeans Installer when creating NetBeans Platform based applications.

Java Scrapbook for NetBeans IDE

Thanks to a new module from Geertjan Wielenga, now you can keep track of sample code snippets, which are stored in a scrapbook file in the 'private' folder of a NetBeans project.

Community

NetBeans Success Stories: PrimeFaces and JFreeChart

Did you know that PrimeFaces and JFreeChart were created using the NetBeans IDE? Read about the growing list of companies and projects that are using NetBeans.

NetBeans Community Tweets: @TurcuCiprian

Seriously, after installing the Zen coding plugin, NetBeans for PHP is just an awesome IDE, I have all I need out of the box.

NetBeans Community Tweets: @nicolas_valle

After an intensive research, between Codeblocks, Ecplise and NetBeans I definetly prefer NetBeans as IDE. Its code completion is awesome!

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