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JavaOne 2012: NetBeans.Next – The Roadmap Ahead

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I walked the few steps necessary from Continental Ballroom 4 and one NetBeans topic (Project Easel) to Continental Ballroom 5 to see another NetBeans-oriented presentation: ‘NetBeans.Next – The Roadmap Ahead.’ Ashwin Rao started the Birds of a Feather (BoF) presentation and introduced John Ceccarelli and Tinuola Awopetu. Several audience members attended yesterday’s NetBeans Community Day. Rao showed the typical Oracle ...

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Oracle Public Cloud Java Service with NetBeans in Early Access

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Who expected that to happen: Oracle is working on a public cloud offering and the signs of the approaching official launch are there. Nearly a year after the official announcement I was invited to join the so called “Early Access” program to test-drive the new service and give feedback. Thanks to Reza Shafii who is the product manager in charge ...

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NetBeans 7.2 Introduces TestNG

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One of the advantages of code generation is the ability to see how a specific language feature or framework is used. As I discussed in the post NetBeans 7.2 beta: Faster and More Helpful, NetBeans 7.2 beta provides TestNG integration. I did not elaborate further in that post other than a single reference to that feature because I wanted to ...

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NetBeans 7.2 beta: Faster and More Helpful

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There has been significant excitement about the beta release of NetBeans 7.2. In this post, I look briefly at what makes this release so exciting (including better performance, providing more hints, and integrating FindBugs). NetBeans 7.2 beta is available in the typical download bundles, ranging from the smaller Java SE, C/C++, and PHP bundles to the larger Java EE and ...

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NetBeans Usability Tips

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Java IDEs have come a long way since the days of JBuilder (though JBuilder seemed like a welcome advance at the time). Today’s Java IDEs (such as NetBeans, Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA, and JDeveloper) are very advanced tools that most Java developers embrace for writing significant Java code. As advanced as these IDEs are, they all still have their own quirks ...

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NetBeans 7.1: Create a Custom Hint

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I have talked about some of my favorite NetBeans hints in the posts Seven NetBeans Hints for Modernizing Java Code and Seven Indispensable NetBeans Java Hints. The fourteen hints covered in those two posts are a small fraction of the total number of hints that NetBeans supports “out of the box.” However, even greater flexibility is available to the NetBeans ...

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The Java EE 6 Example – Galleria – Part 3

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The previous posts ( Part1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4) about the Galleria example guided you through the basics and the initial deployment to both GlassFish and WebLogic. From today on I try to add some enterprise grade features to it as I have seen them requested a lot in my own projects. I know Vineet ...

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The Java EE 6 Example – Galleria Part 2

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You probably followed me with the last Java EE 6 Galleria example posts. The first one was the basic introduction. The second one was about running it on latest GlassFish. Someone of the RedHat guys mentioned, that we should look into bringing this example off from GlassFish. Great ;) Thanks for the nice idea. That is exactly what we are ...

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Seven NetBeans Hints for Modernizing Java Code

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In the post Seven Indispensable NetBeans Java Hints, I talked about using NetBeans hints in general and then focused on seven hints in particular. The seven hints emphasized in that post are listed next: Suspicious Method Call  Comparing Strings Using == or != AND String Constructor  Overridable Method Call in Constructor  .equals Incompatible Types  Incorrect Column Index in ResultSet  Cast ...

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