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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #616 - Dec 02, 2013)

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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #616 - Dec 02, 2013)

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Project News

NetBeans Podcast 67: JDK 8 and HTML5 Support in NetBeans 7.4

David Strupl (NetBeans Engineering Manager), Mark Stephens (Founder, IDR Solutions), and John "JB" Brock (Oracle Product Manager, Project Easel) join the podcast to chat about NetBeans IDE's support for JDK 8 and HTML5.

Tutorials

Java EE 7: Using Non-blocking I/O in the Servlet 3.1 API

image This tutorial covers how to use the non-blocking I/O functionality with GlassFish and NetBeans. Non-blocking I/O was introduced in Servlet 3.1, a new API i Java EE 7.


Integrate AspectJ with NetBeans Platform Development

Are you developing a project with the NetBeans Platform and willing to use AspectJ? This tutorial shows how to integrate the AspectJ compiler into the NetBeans builds.

Configuring NetBeans IDE 7.4 for C/C++/Fortran

This tutorial outlines the steps for downloading, installing and configuring C/C++ support in the NetBeans IDE.

Native Java Packaging with NetBeans 7.4

Dustin Marx demonstrates the Native Java Packaging functionality in NetBeans IDE 7.4.

Plugin

NetBeans Plugin: Additional Hints

The "Additional Java Hints" plugin has been updated for NetBeans IDE 7.4 and contains more new hints and fixes.

Articles

How to Grow Speakers in Your Technical Community

One way to have great technical content at your local conferences and user group events is to grow your own speaking rock stars. Find out how in this article about the London Java Community's "speaker education" model.

Community

NetBeans Community Tweets: @BlueberryCoder

It seems @netbeans 7.4 can build native installers for #Java SE and #JavaFX applications. Nifty!

NetBeans Community Tweets: @dmacvicar

I used only Eclipse in the past, but after I tried @netbeans 7.4 I haven't gone back. Clean UI. Stable. Fast. Well done guys!

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