Posted by wpjr2 em julho 1, 2008
Do you like the quality of the NetBeans IDE and want to keep it that way for future users? Or do you think the IDE could stand to iron out a few kinks? Whatever your stance you can give something back to your favorite IDE by helping to test the upcoming NetBeans 6.5 release. If you have at least two hours per week to spare in July and August, sign up for NetCAT 6.5!
NetBeans Mobility supports JavaMEdevelopment, but lacks a bundled CDC platform. Get the steps for downloading, installing, and registering the Sun Java Toolkit for CDC and other popular Software Development Kits (SDK) for CDC development.
Giulio Toffoli, iReport Architect and Project Founder, leads you through a demonstration of how to create reports using the NetBeans IDE and the iReport plugin. Guilio also recently decided to move the iReport project to the NetBeans platform. Hear what he has to say about why NetBeans was the best choice.
Learn to deploy, execute and test a composite application with this tutorial that provides an overview of a simple loan processing composite application.
Allan Davis is a developer working on nbPython, an extension that aims to integrate Python support into NetBeans IDE 6.1. Learn more about nbPython and the NetBeans APIs that make it hum in this article from NetBeans Zone.
Petr Pisl from the NetBeans PHP team documents the process for installing the PHP environment on Ubuntu 8.04.
Masaki Katakai provides the steps for building localized jar files of the NetBeans Platform for your development environment.
Wouter van Reeven reports on a visit by Geertjan Wielenga and about his own first contributions to NetBeans RichFaces Support project.
680 people attended the recent NetBeans Deep Dive session in Manila. Sang Shin, Tim Boudreau, and Geertjan Wielenga walked the audience through the coolest features of 6.1, and then focused on how the NetBeans IDE is well suited for web development and desktop development.
Instructors from all around the Philippines participated in a two-day NetBeans Platform certified training session in June. They learned all about the NetBeans Platform, covered the main concepts, as well as participated in hands-on labs. As instructors themselves they will then pass on their knowledge to other students!