A tutorial for working with JSF tables populated from databases in NetBeans 6.0
Java Projects can be developed on both IDEs without any
modification. This blog entry shows how a good configuration can provide
your developers a much more comfortable and productive environment than
exposing them to exogenous tools.
Create a Visual Web JavaServer Faces project in NetBeans for use with other tutorials on using JSF components.
TV, Coke and a laptop, it is time to have fun with JRuby and Bluetooth! In Netbeans 6!
The recently released NetBeans 6.1 M1 brings with is the beginnings of support for Groovy and Grails. In this post I create a Grails implementation of the basic web log we've been using for our Rails tutorials.
NetBeans Innovators Grants is a program in which 20 NetBeans related projects will be selected to become sponsored by Sun Microsystems. 10 large projects with US $11500 and 10 small projects with US $2000 will receive SUN Sponsorship.
All Rails applications include unit, functional and integration test facilities. In this entry I address all three of these test types as I put the Ruby Weblog application to the test.
Someone who attended my talk in Florianopolis, Brazil put this video YouTube. The sound isn't great, but you do get to see some of the cool NetBeans 6 editor features.
Dear Java Industry,
I leave you guys alone for one little year, and just look what happens!
While I was off gallivanting, NetBeans added a GPL license, switched to mercurial, and released a new version. The JDK also went mercurial on me. Google released their Android platform. Spring, Tapestry, Wicket, and GWT are all in new major releases.
Things sure to move quickly around here. I've got...
If you have problem with installing NetBeans 6.0 on Mac, you might find this useful.
My first 24 hours with NetBeans6.0 (final). I'm going to color a little outside the lines here, and also talk about "tools I use" (in NetBeans). Specifically: Spring 2.5, "vim", and Maven2.
In this entry I apply lessons learned to present a better alternative to the AJAX implementation of the Ruby Web Log sample application. No longer is the entire list of comments refreshed. Rather, our new comment is efficiently inserted into the bottom of the list.
After 11 cities in three weeks, we finished up the NetBeans/OpenSolaris South American University Tour last week with a huge crowd in Natal, Brazil
After some refactoring, I've polished my ant tools for improving a bit the way NetBeans RCP projects are built.
In a previous blog post I've told you that I think a good way to distribute the sources of your NetBeans RCP project is to bundle the platform it requires to be built against (of course, if it's not the default NetBeans Platform).
I proposed the following directory layout in the...
It's been a wild week of travel, to Buenos Aires and Cordoba, Argentina and now Santiago, Chile. We've had some adventures along the way...
It has been a whirlwind trip so far in South America...
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Today, i would like to highlight some good progress on 2
projects I am involved in. jMaki and SXDE - Solaris Express Developer Edition...
A few months ago I blogged about how to optimize a large NetBeans RCP project by splitting it in parts and taking advantage of a technique known as "suite chaining". Now I'm going forward as I have some more complex requirements to meet and suite chaining doesn't fit with them.
We've begun the South American University Tour. This will be a break-neck schedule, whirlwind tour of universities in South America - covering 9 cities in Brazil, two in Argentina and one each in Uruguay and Chile. If you're in any of these cities, come join us for a NetBeans and Java extravaganza...
I just wanted to let you all know that NetBeans 6 Beta 2 is out. Over the next few weeks I'll have more posts about the cool new stuff in NB 6, but for now I just want you to know it's ready for download. A whole lot of work has gone into making sure it's quality work and I think it shows. In fact, Beta 2 is now my only IDE. I've deleted every other copy of NetBeans and Eclipse from my HD. I've...