Today it has been released Netbeans 6.0 Milestone 10. You can download it from http://dlc.sun.com/netbeans/download/6.0/milestones/latest/
Ill download it, give it a try and post my experience with it.
I still need some time to get to a comprehensive evaluation about Jazoon, so I will talk about the conference in general after the event is over. Nevertheless today I can say what has been the most interesting talk I've attended, since I think it will be highly unlikely that one of tomorrow's talks are better (also considering that I have to speak at two talks and I won't be able to attend other...
And today I was finally able to attend my first NetBeans day, in Zurich!. Brian Leonard, Gregg Sporar, Roumen Strobl, Fabiola Rios gave the attendees an overview of the platform, both as IDE with the three Java editions (standard, enterprise, micro) and as Rich Client Platform API. Even though I use NetBeans a lot, I found the presentations really interesting (too bad there were no NetBeans Days...
Jazoon'07 is around the corner, and it first official event is a 100% free NetBeans Day - 23 of June, Saturday - in Zürich, Switzerland.
If you are a Spring Framework developer, you will find the Spring Framework Module for NetBeans useful ... And Craig MacKay, author of this Spring Framework Module for NetBeans, and Troy Giunipero have written a very good tutorial article on the module ...
It's been over a year since I first wrote about Seam and enough has changed over that time to provide a refresh of the entry. Seam is now at version 1.2.1 and JBoss just recently released version 4.2. The entry shows you how to set everything up using the latest releases of both, as well as on running Seam on GlassFish.
I find a cool NetBeans shortcut, you may try it out if you have not done it yet.
Why is it only under pressure that 'things' can get done?...
This Sample Store Catalog app demonstrates the usage of NetBeans Visual Web Pack and the new Java Persistence APIs, to implement pagination in a Web application
What follows is a particular problem I had compiling NetBeans on my Mac and my solution to it. I'm putting this in my blog not so much for my readers but for the future generations of Google travelers who may stumble across this same issue.
I downloaded a fresh copy of the full NetBeans source and compiled it. This is what I got part-way through the compilation process:
Adding JavaHelp to a simple Swing application using NetBeans; getting a glimpse of Actions in Swing Application Framework
The slides to my talk "Advanced Java Refactoring: Pushing the Envelope" are available on the Jackpot project site.
Some pics and a few comments about what happened so far in CommunityOne.
As some of you may remember from my last entry, my fiance and I are traveling the world, and I'm looking to meet some java programmers in different places along the way.
Well, the first to answer my call was Gustavo Santucho and his girlfriend Guadalupe. They, along with a few other programmer friends, have their own consulting company, based in beautiful Bariloche, Argentina. This is the a...
NetBeans 5.5 now offers excellent Subversion support.
We're in the process of creating some sample applications to ship with the NetBeans Ruby module, one of which will be based on the screencast, Putting Flickr on Rails. You can just download and run the sample project, or build it from scratch as documented here.
I've been playing around with the IRB (Interactive Ruby Shell) Console in NetBeans. Generally, IRB is started from the command prompt in the directory containing your scripts. However, in NetBeans, its launched from the NetBeans installation directory. So here are some tips on using IRB in NetBeans.
As the name implies, Instant Rails gets you up and running with Ruby on Rails in an instant. In this tutorial, I walk you through the steps to use an Instant Rails installation with NetBeans.
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