NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #646 - June 30, 2014)
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The NetBeans team would like to know how the new NetBeans 8.0 has been working for you! Is it everything you expected or are there areas for improvement? In about 5 minutes, give the NetBeans team your feedback in this quick survey!
Change the appearance of NetBeans IDE in a few clicks via a look and feel created for PRAXIS Live, a video projection application created on the NetBeans Platform.
A new article lists many profiling tools, including the NetBeans Profiler, to help you enhance the performance of your Java applications.
In Brazil, developers announce a new framework that supports heterogeneous media capture and structured document generation, focusing on video, audio, slides, and screen capture, created on the NetBeans Platform.
Developers at the University of Dresden in Germany announce a new and free application for aerospace engineering, focused on composite material calculation, created on the NetBeans Platform.
Maven, Profiling, and more... Zoran Sevarac, Kirk Pepperdine, and other NetBeans Dream Team members share with you their favorite NetBeans features.
Ken Fogel, teaching Java in Canada, discusses approaches you can take when discussing JavaBeans in the classroom.
Adam Bien shows you how tools in NetBeans IDE can help assessing code coverage, while also detecting dead code.
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