NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #606 - Sept 25, 2013)
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The Release Candidate build of NetBeans IDE 7.4 is now available for download. Try the features and take the 7.4 acceptance survey to let the NetBeans team know if 7.4 is ready for general release.
NetBeans Day at JavaOne 2013 kicked off with a look at 15 years of the NetBeans project. James Gosling, the godfather of Java, joined the celebration to share why he's a long-time fan and user of the IDE.
Develop Vaadin projects in the NetBeans IDE with a new Vaadin Plugin. Geertjan Wielenga writes about the new plugin here.
Nathan Howard of IDR Solutions rounds up six cool plugins featured at NetBeans Day at JavaOne 2013.
This tutorial covers how to implement Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) protection with JavaServer Faces 2.2 (JSF 2.2).
This 5-minute screencast shows how to get started with Java EE 7 and PrimeFaces in a Java web application that uses Maven as its build system.
Mark Wilmoth shows how to setup 64-bit Qt 5.1.1 on Windows for use with NetBeans 7.4.
Dustin Marx looks at two hints in NetBeans 7.4 that can be used for better unit testing.
Sandeep Sharma uses a sample "Celsius To Fahrenheit" application to demonstrate the advantages of using the NetBeans IDE to create GUI applications.
There are new enhancements to the Project Properties dialog in NetBeans 7.4.
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