With the v3.5 release of the Jaspersoft Business Intelligence Suite, Jaspersoft introduced a major upgrade to iReport and it's companion product, JasperReports. iReport 3.5 features a far more robust and pluggable environment than the original iReport, as well as support for the new functionality of the latest release of JasperReports. Join iReport founder Giulio Toffoli on Wednesday, August 19, 10amPT/1pmET, for an interactive session demonstrating the powerful new features in iReport 3.5.
Get a hands-on introduction to JavaFX technology by playing the Tech Test Train interactive eLearning game—built entirely with JavaFX 1.2 technology. Ride the train, test your knowledge of JavaFX technology, and earn points.
This Pet Catalog app explains a web application that uses JSF 2.0, Java EE 6, with NetBeans, GlassFish v3 preview, and MySQL.
Orkut APIs are now available in Zembly, and using the Zembly-NetBeans plugin, developers can consume Orkut APIs to create Orkut apps. This tutorial gives step-by-step instructions on how to create your first Orkut app using Zembly.
In NetBeans IDE 6.8 Milestone 1, a browser based on Mozilla XULRunner is now a part of the NetBeans IDE. Read why this is useful for NetBeans IDE users and Platform developers.
The winners of the Java VisualVM Blogging Contest have been announced! Jan Smuk, Kiev Gama and Rejeev Divakaran are the lucky first-place winners of USD$500 gift certificates. Learn about all the other winners and read their winning entries.
Griffon is a framework for creating Java Swing applications, Web Start applications, and Applets, using the Groovy language. The Griffon plugin for NetBeans IDE 6.7.1 is now ready. It allows you to create Griffon applications in NetBeans IDE, run other standard Groovy scripts used by Griffon from within the IDE, and package applications in single JAR files, making the apps ready for distribution via the Java Store.
The NetBeans for PHP blog brings you a brief overview of how to use code completion for namespaced elements in NetBeans IDE 6.8.
NetBeans Dream Team member Masoud Kalali shows in a code snippet how to reuse an already opened TopComponent in a NetBeans RCP application instead of creating a new one.