NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #629 - Mar 03, 2014)
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NetBeans IDE 8.0 is one step closer to being released. Lambda converters, Raspberry Pi, PrimeFaces, AngularJS, and more. The latest editors and tools are ready for you to try out, today!
Allows opening directories containing a "build.gradle" or "settings.gradle" file as a project in NetBeans IDE. The opened project then can be used as a usual Java project.
In this book, you will see a continual work in progress. It will never be complete! The content is determined by you, the reader. Together with the intro, the first exercise is available for free. Download it immediately to get a feel of what you can expect from subsequent exercises.
Whether a complete newbie to the NetBeans Platform or interested in refreshing your knowledge and filling in the gaps, this is for you! The main themes of the book are modules, file systems, windows, nodes, and actions... and everything in between. Start your modular development process with the best set of texts and exercises available today.
Aspose has made changes to its existing NetBeans plugin for NetBeans IDE and onwards to integrate it more smoothly in the native flow of project and file creation. Read all about it here.
IDRSolutions, a NetBeans partner, has a great blog with many tips and tricks. In this article, they demonstrate how to produce a glowing border effect which you can apply to any JavaFX Node.
Join Geertjan Wielenga from the Oracle NetBeans team and Matti Tahvonen from Vaadin for a Webinar on how to build a fullstack Vaadin + JPA + Glassfish application in minutes.
Benno Markiewiczz reports there are two open seats for the NetBeans Platform training in April 2014 in Leipzig/Germany.
Now using #NetBeans RC as my main #Java IDE. Very stable and some great new features!
One of my coworkers saw this screenshot said "Wow... I feel like I'm in the future!" I said... "Well yes, I used NetBeans 8".
In this video you will learn to build a web-based single page application for e-mail, using NetBeans IDE, Knockout.js, and jQuery.
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