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JavaFX SDK on Mac OS X with 32-bit systems (yeah, SoyLatte...)

As you know, the JavaFX SDK has been released a week ago for Windows and Mac OS X running on a 64-bit processor. The reason for the latter requirement is that...

6 replies - 14016 views - 08/08/08 by Fabrizio Giudici in News

Debugging Spring OSGi with NetBeans IDE

NetBeans is my favorite IDE but it suffers from lack of OSGi support. Eclipse with Equinox and plug-ins wins in terms of fast build, test, and deploy.I try...

7 replies - 13524 views - 07/05/08 by Slim Ouertani in Tips and Tricks

Introduction to integration and Open ESB, part I: Open ESB serverside artifacts.

First lets look more closely at integration as the problem which the ESBs (Enterprise Service Bus) are here to resolve. Integration headache is the result...

2 replies - 21861 views - 07/03/08 by Masoud Kalali in Articles

Some Considerations About Developing MIDP Applications

Taking the opportunity given by a small consultancy in the MIDP field, which gave me the excuse of working with the Micro Edition, I've added some features...

10 replies - 6218 views - 06/30/08 by Fabrizio Giudici in News

Alkitab Bible Study 1.0 (Bible with Java)

KIYUT just released Alkitab Bible Study 1.0, a cross platform and open source Bible study toolset based on the NetBeans Platform and JSword CrossWire library....

0 replies - 6624 views - 06/11/08 by Tonny Kohar in Announcements

Getting Started with "Software as a Service"

"Software as a Service" (SaaS) is an increasingly popular model for providing software functionality, as it is economical in terms of both cost...

0 replies - 30599 views - 06/10/08 by Jeff Rubinoff in News

Spring Framework Support in REST 0.7

REST 0.7 (i.e., Jersey, the reference implementation for RESTful web services) is out and now includes support for the Spring framework. Here is a step-by-step...

4 replies - 28626 views - 05/20/08 by Jeff Rubinoff in News

JavaOne: Extreme Innovation (or James Goslings Showcase) Part 1 of 2

In a week that now seems to have raced by in a blur, the main hall at the Moscone Center was packed to capacity as you would expect when James...

1 replies - 8855 views - 05/10/08 by Philip Cornthwaite in News

Maven support 3.1 for NetBeans

This new major release includes: Updated maven embedder binariesLocal and remote repository indexing (using Nexus), including browsing and searching your...

0 replies - 3311 views - 05/07/08 by Milos Kleint in Announcements

5 Techniques for Creating Java Web Services from WSDL

In this article, I will implement a simple Document/Literal web service, from an existing WSDL file, using three different databinding frameworks and two...

65 replies - 338551 views - 04/29/08 by Milan Kuchtiak in News

Pro Netbeans IDE 6 Rich Client Platform Edition : New from Apress

Pro NetBeans IDE 6 Rich Client Platform Edition is the second Apress book to cover the agile, open source NetBeans IDE platform. The authors of this book are...

0 replies - 8269 views - 02/28/08 by Meera Subbarao in News

A New Class Visualization Module for NetBeans

Last week I wrote a little module that uses the NetBeans Visual Library and the Javac Tree API to create a graph of the contents of a Java file, showing...

2 replies - 11276 views - 02/27/08 by Tim Boudreau in Announcements

Help Make NetBeans ClearCase Support Great

As of 12 days ago, there is ClearCase support for NetBeans 6.1 available. So far there have not been many downloads. This is not that surprising since it...

3 replies - 8314 views - 02/15/08 by Tim Boudreau in Announcements

5 Minutes: Putting a Memory Monitor in NetBeans IDE

Let's create a memory monitor for NetBeans IDE! "Geez. A memory monitor. That sounds hard. Where would one even begin?" Well, the answer to that...

3 replies - 8086 views - 02/01/08 by Geertjan Wielenga in News

Web Services Designer in NetBeans 6

If you think creating and deploying Web services in Java is hard, think again! NetBeans 6 has changed the landscape by adding a visual Web service designer...

2 replies - 9210 views - 01/30/08 by Arun Gupta in News

Groovy 1.5.2 out of the oven

The Groovy development team and G2One, the Groovy / Grails professional services company have just released a new bug fix release of Groovy 1.5, with the 1.5.2...

7 replies - 8063 views - 01/29/08 by Guillaume Laforge in News

Wizard Driven Web Framework Plugin Development

Despite all the discussions that have been held about the many web frameworks that have enriched the world, about their contrasts and similarities, there are...

3 replies - 7049 views - 01/24/08 by Geertjan Wielenga in News

Which IDE supports Groovy best?

Recently I got a lot of advice about Groovy and IDE support. In the recent past, I tried other IDE plugins for Groovy and was less than impressed. Yesterday...

14 replies - 21149 views - 01/23/08 by Rick Hightower in News

What Java IDE VM arguments do YOU use?

Java based IDEs are really impressive these days, but developers may quickly find themselves running up against a wall (or worse, constant crashes!) with...

12 replies - 55230 views - 01/21/08 by Jim Bethancourt in News

Rich Client Programming: Plugging into the NetBeans Platform

2 replies - 7608 views - 09/10/07 by Matthew Schmidt in Book Reviews