NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #618 - Dec 16, 2013)
A second patch update is available for NetBeans IDE 7.4. To obtain the fixes, NetBeans IDE 7.4 must be installed and running, and an update notification will appear. Click the notification to install the fixes.
Polish your Java EE skills at Adam Bien's intensive Java EE training series in Munich. A new round of workshops starts in March 2014. Seats are filling up fast!
This tutorial covers how to create binary WebSocket connections with Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 7 (Java EE 7) and JavaFX.
Greenville JUG leader John Yeary offers up this quick tip on removing a @ManagedBean from a JSF application.
A visual installation guide for NetBeans IDE's C/C++ bundle on Linux Mint.
Computer science professor Zoran Sevarac outlines what he's observed from using NetBeans as a teaching tool at the University of Belgrade.
The latest issue of Java Magazine explores the buzz around IoT (Internet of Things) and looks at best development practices for Java projects.
Had a nice one-on-one tour of NetBeans' #AngularJS support with @GeertjanW today. I'm impressed with what's coming in #NetBeans 8.
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!
ZeroTurnaround, the team behind JRebel, has cooked up a tasty giveaway to support JUGs around the world. Get your JUG members to download free trial versions of JRebel and your JUG could win cash. The more developers sign up the bigger the pot grows.