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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #632 - Mar 25, 2014)

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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #632 - Mar 25, 2014)

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Project News

NetBeans IDE 8.0 Officially Released!

image Supporting the latest features in Java SE 8 such as Lambda expressions and profiles; offering new tools for Java EE frameworks such as PrimeFaces, new features for HTML5 support, and more. Download NetBeans IDE 8.0!


Tutorials

Video: Overview of NetBeans IDE 8.0

Learn to use the latest Java 8 tools, PrimeFaces, and AngularJS support in NetBeans IDE 8.0.

Video: Smart Migration to Java SE 8 with NetBeans IDE 8

A guide to the key features of language enhancements in Java 8, and how to use the IDE to migrate code to Java 8.

Video: Google Map Component

Create basic Google Map web components (markers, polygons, and so on) using Primefaces and the NetBeans IDE.

Articles

Top New Features of NetBeans IDE 8.0

TomEE support, a new WildFly plugin from Red Hat, deployment and profiling for embedded devices such as Raspberry Pi, support for Grunt and Karma.... Naming a few highlights of NetBeans 8.0 guaranteed to keep developers happy!

Hello Java 8 and NetBeans 8!

With the release of Java 8 and NetBeans 8, find out what new features and tools NetBeans partners and users are looking forward to explore for their projects.

Community

NetBeans Community Tweets: @TurcuCiprian

NetBeans 8 looks awesome! It's so much faster! I can actually feel it! I love it even more now.

NetBeans Community Tweets: @vasouv

Did you put @netbeans and @java 8 and on steroids? Performance is surprisingly fast, haven't even converted my code to Java 8 yet!

NetBeans Community Tweets: @gregdotgilbert

Whoooo new version of @netbeans! It's awesome - faster than before, more features, and just... better.

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