Skip to main content

On the Web

Geertjan's Blog: Future Proof NetBeans IDE: Filter Out JavaScript Parser Errors
Yes, it's a crazy, crazy world, with each day so full of JavaScript. React.js is the cool kid of...
(Apr 30, 2015)
Geertjan's Blog: Node.js Express App in NetBeans IDE
The Visual Studio tutorial "Developing Node Applications" is... all about using the command line to...
(Apr 29, 2015)
Adam Bien: Nashorn Automation and Gulp
gulpjs.com simplifies the installation of Nashorn scripts: See you at Java EE Workshops at...
(Apr 29, 2015)
DukeScript: Chewie we're home - Enzo for DukeScript
For a long time I’ve been admiring the great controls created by Gerrit Grunwald (@hansolo_ on...
(Apr 28, 2015)
NetBeans DZone: Lessons Learned from the Development of the easyUML NetBeans Plugin at the University of Belgrade
The Open Source Software Development Center at the University of Belgrade has released a new...
(Apr 28, 2015)
Adam Bien: A Java EE Startup: Filtering Information with zeef.com
Arjan, could you please briefly introduce yourself? How did you started with Java SE/EE? I've...
(Apr 27, 2015)
Geertjan's Blog: Less Noisy NetBeans
Especially when you've tuned NetBeans to make it dark, it's helpful to be able to remove as much...
(Apr 27, 2015)
Geertjan's Blog: YouTube: How to Setup and Use Minecraft Forge
Quite impressed by Minecraft Forge, as well as how well it integrates via the Gradle plugin into...
(Apr 26, 2015)
Geertjan's Blog: Seamless Minecraft Forge in NetBeans
Minecraft Forge is a common open source API focused on allowing mods to be created without the need...
(Apr 25, 2015)
Geertjan's Blog: Nashorn from the Perspective of the Java EE Developer
What is it that's interesting about Nashorn, which is now built into Java 8, for a Java EE...
(Apr 24, 2015)
Adam Bien: Java FX Will Outlive Most Of The JavaScript / CSS Frameworks
Java FX or HTML 5? at jax.de I was interviewed about this topic: See you at Java EE Workshops...
(Apr 23, 2015)
Geertjan's Blog: Porting Knockout.js Examples to DukeScript
I hold this truth to be self-evident—a technology without samples is doomed to failure. Better...
(Apr 23, 2015)
NetBeans DZone: Minecraft Powered by Mozilla & NetBeans – Code Literacy Teaching Kit by EPIK
Preview Text:  There are many free IDE’s out there but not...
(Apr 23, 2015)
Geertjan's Blog: New Spring Boot Integration for NetBeans IDE
Aggelos Karalias, one of the attendees at NetBeans Day Greece, has made a brilliant plugin for...
(Apr 22, 2015)
Adam Bien: Upcoming Java EE / Java / Testing / HTML 5 / Persistence Workshops Talks and Events
Airhacks Workshop: HTML 5 for Java EE Developers Workshop at Munich Airport, April 28th Free and...
(Apr 22, 2015)
NetBeans DZone: Nebrass Lamouchi: My Five Favorite NetBeans IDE Features!
Continuing a series of articles focusing on NetBeans users and their five favorite NetBeans IDE...
(Apr 22, 2015)
APIDesign - Blogs: JavaScript is the x86 of the Web
Brendan Eich, the inventor of JavaScript: I said 'JS is the x86 of the web' ... the point is JS is...
(Apr 22, 2015)
Geertjan's Blog: Mapping Knockout.js Concepts to Java
Here's a table that should help you when expressing your JavaScript-based Knockout.js applications...
(Apr 21, 2015)
DukeScript: Appify your Application (1)
In our last post we showed you, how you can outsource the design of your application. And while...
(Apr 20, 2015)
Geertjan's Blog: Hello, Knockout.js Users Everywhere!
Are you interested in increasing the scope of adoption of Knockout.js? If so, you should be...
(Apr 20, 2015)