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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #621 - Jan 6, 2014)

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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #621 - Jan 6, 2014)

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NetBeans Partners

NetBeans partners are companies that provide, or help provide, a plugin or service for NetBeans IDE to support popular features, frameworks, technologies, and platforms. NetBeans partners provide a value add for NetBeans developers with a business model of their choosing, which could be for a fee or for free. Should your company be listed on the NetBeans Partners page too? Contact us at webmaster@netbeans.org


Scala Plugin for NetBeans IDE 7.4

Caoyuan Deng, the author of the NetBeans Scala plugin has released a new version aimed at NetBeans IDE 7.4. Congratulations, Caoyuan!


Setting Up a Java EE Web Profile Maven Project in NetBeans IDE

"Setting up a Maven project in NetBeans for the purpose of JEE 6 is simpler than Eclipse," writes Ken Fogel. Read his 6 step procedure for getting started!

NetBeans IDE 7.4 JSON Support

"NetBeans IDE 7.4 provides enhanced JSON support", reports Dustin Marx. "NetBeans IDE 7.4 provides tooling that makes JSON even easier to use."

Writing Plugins for NetBeans IDE

"Welcome to the first in this series on writing a plugin in NetBeans IDE," writes Mark Stephens in a new series of articles. Follow him as he creates a JavaFX PDF Viewer plugin for NetBeans IDE.


NetBeans Workshop in Nagpur, India

Aatul Palandurkar conducted a one day workshop on NetBeans IDE and the the NetBeans Platform at Dr. Ambedkar College of Engineering & Research, Nagpur, as part of a workshop on Open Source Tools and Technologies.

Pluralsight: Java Swing Development with NetBeans

Learn to develop lightweight, cross-platform desktop applications using Java Swing. Utilize the NetBeans IDE to simplify building Graphical User Interfaces and screen layouts.

Infinite Skills: Java Database with NetBeans

In this project-based Java Database Programming video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications. Learn how to set up NetBeans IDE and do all your database development within the IDE.


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