NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #638 - May 05, 2014)
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NetBeans IDE 8.0 Patch 1 is an update to NetBeans IDE 8.0 and contains fixes for 189 issues. Get it today!
Virtual Developer Day: Java 2014 - May 6th (Americas), May 14th (EMEA) and May 21st (APAC). Hear from experts in Java SE 8, Java EE 7 and Java Embedded. Watch tutorials including NetBeans from the experts to improve your expertise in Java, and ask questions during live chats.
Tom Enebo and the JRuby community have released the NetBeans IDE 8 version of the NetBeans plugin for Ruby and Rails. Several bugs have also been fixed.
Support for multiple projects, HTML5 integration with Java EE, Apache Cordova, and more -- read all about Steve Nellon's five favorite NetBeans features!
"I have had to reveal an ugly truth about being a programmer to my students," writes Ken Fogel. "The truth is that all the errors that occur in their code are their own fault." Continue to his regular column on NetBeans usage in the classroom.
Alejandro Duarte writes that Vaadin and NetBeans prove to be an excellent choice for applications created in the financial, communication, and education sectors. Read the full interview for all the details!
How to start with Java EE? How to organize your code? Let Adam Bien show you how to think about Java EE and how most efficiently to organize your work.
Follow a great series of lessons on PHP development and NetBeans IDE.
Dustin Marx discussed the latest NetBeans Platform book at length and ends with the words: "NetBeans Platform for Beginners provides a comprehensive introduction to the NetBeans Platform."
John N. Kostaras shows step by step how to get started with the NetBeans Platform by building a useful application for maintaining tasks.
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