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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)
Adam Bien: Java EE 7 on Java 8 Devcrowd.pl Conference Session Video
Playing with Java EE 7 (async JAX-RS, Concurrency Utilities, CDI, EJBs and porcupine) and Java 8 (...
(Apr 19, 2015)
Geertjan's Blog: YouTube: NetBeans Days Greece (in 3 Minutes)
The first of many more NetBeans Days in Greece came to an end yesterday... and here's a 3 minute...
(Apr 19, 2015)
Geertjan's Blog: Contact List in DukeScript
Here's a small Contact List app, created in DukeScript, with a bit of help from Jaroslav Tulach. It...
(Apr 18, 2015)
Geertjan's Blog: Java in the Trenches
Java has been driven into the trenches, some years ago already. (Slightly under hundred years after...
(Apr 17, 2015)
Terrence Barr Java Embedded at “Telematics Berlin 2015″
I will be delivering a keynote at the Telematics Berlin 2015 conference: May 11, 14:40: Enabling...
(Apr 16, 2015)
Geertjan's Blog: Best NetBeans IDE Tweet, Ever!
https://twitter.com/jeqo89/status/588315745458593792 The point here is the NetBeans is not only...
(Apr 16, 2015)