NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #639 - May 12, 2014)
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Learn to install and use the Java ME SDK 8.0 plugins in NetBeans IDE on the Windows operating system.
Software engineer Marco Di Stefano outlines the steps to install and set up tools needed for a Continuous Integration server for Java 8.
Get started with TomEE Plus and RESTful Web Services in a Maven-based application, with all tools and technologies integrated and free in the NetBeans IDE.
A visual guide to installing NetBeans IDE 8.0 for C and C++ on Ubuntu 14.04 Linux system.
Ken Fogel shares more best practices for teaching Java to new programming students. In this entry, using the main class template in the NetBeans IDE.
Sophia Matarazzo from IDR Solutions gives a tour of Mercurial support in NetBeans IDE and highlights the benefits of using version control.
Working on a small screen? This plugin gives users the option to zoom in or zoom out on a project window. The viewing commands can be added to the menu bar and to the editor toolbar.
The Java community welcomes two new Java Champions: Simon Maple, a Technical Evangelist at ZeroTurnaround, and Trisha Gee, a developer for MongoDB Inc.
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