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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #608 - Oct 08, 2013)

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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #608 - Oct 08, 2013)

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Download NetBeans IDE 7.4 Release Candidate 2

image The final release of NetBeans IDE 7.4 is close at hand. In the meantime, download and try out the second Release Candidate build.

NetBeans Community Approves NetBeans IDE 7.4 for Release

Results of the NetBeans IDE 7.4 Acceptance Survey are out. Find out what the community had to say about the release readiness of 7.4.


NetBeans Community Recaps JavaOne 2013 (Part 1)

Members of the NetBeans Community who attended JavaOne 2013 share their top highlights from the conference.

Poll: Your IDE for PrimeFaces Applications

Do you develop PrimeFaces applications? Take the PrimeFaces poll and let their team know what IDE you work with.

Java One 2013: Impressions from Zoran Sevarac

From his Duke's Choice Award win to a shared panel session with James Gosling, JavaOne 2013 was a big success for NetBeans Dreamteam member Zoran Sevarac. Get all the highlights in his engaging trip report.


Creating JAX-RS 1.1 Web Services on the Oracle Java Cloud

image Deploying a JAX-RS 1.1 RESTful web service to the Oracle Java Cloud requires specific project configuration. This OBE will explain the steps required to locally develop a JAX-RS web service and then deploy it to an Oracle Java Cloud instance.

Integrating Servlets with EJB Using CDI in Java EE 6

image This tutorial shows you how to inject Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) into a servlet using Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI). You'll also learn how to create and connect to a database for storing Java beans and to define a persistence unit to allow it to be managed by an EntityManager instance.

Video: Genymotion, Cordova, and NetBeans

See the Genymotion Android emulator used from NetBeans IDE together with Apache Cordova to enable HTML, JavaScript, and CSS development for mobile devices.


NetBeans Plugin: Issue Tracking Project Support

This new plugin maps a NetBeans Project to an Issue Tracking Repository.


Oracle Preps NetBeans for a Mobile Web Future

Discover how NetBeans IDE is helping developers use its new HTML5 and JavaScript features to build web applications.

15 Reasons Why Nothing Compares to NetBeans

Java EE expert and long-time NetBeans user Adam Bien outlines why he uses the IDE almost exclusively for his work.


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