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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #657 - Sep 16, 2014)

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NetBeans Weekly News (Issue #657 - Sep 16, 2014)

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NetBeans IDE 8.0.1 Now Available for Download

The NetBeans Team has released NetBeans IDE 8.0.1, with significant enhancements to features relating to HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS3. Download it today!

How to Upgrade to NetBeans IDE 8.0.1?

Watch a new YouTube clip, around 4 minutes in length, to help you get started migrating from NetBeans IDE 8.0 to 8.0.1.

What's New in NetBeans IDE 8.0.1?

The NetBeans YouTube channel contains many new YouTube clips aimed at the new features provided by NetBeans IDE 8.0.1. Also look at the New & Noteworthy document for NetBeans IDE 8.0.1.



Allows to develop web projects with Jetty Http Server. Supports starting, debugging, and profiling Ant based and Maven based web applications, similar to the Tomcat server plugin for NetBeans IDE.


Programming with Member References in NetBeans 8

image In this article, you learn about new compact expression styles introduced in Java 8 together with lambdas, collectively known as "member references". Migrating from lambdas to member references should be exactly your piece of cake if you like your code even sparser and even more devoid of ceremony than the code that lambdas leave you with.

Aspose for NetBeans plugin version 2.2

NetBeans partner Aspose announces the Aspose for Java NetBeans plugin version 2.2 that provides seamless integration of Aspose.Tasks and Aspose.Diagram in your favorite NetBeans IDE.

Develop Applications from Minesweeper

Jaroslav Tulach's MineSweeper integration extension for NetBeans IDE can be used as a starting point to develop your own Java/HTML applications via DukeScript!


28 September: NetBeans Day, San Francisco

Watch a long list of short YouTube clips to prepare you for NetBeans Day 2014, to be held in San Francisco.

29 Sept - 3 Oct 2014: Servlets and JSP Beginner Course

In South Africa, Get Certified IT is holding a course using NetBeans intended for people who have basic Java skills up to Advanced Java level, no web programming experience is needed.


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