My pet peave that Netbeans couldn't limit a search/replace to the selected text has been addressed.
In this tutorial, I show you how to use XDoclet with NetBeans to generate the necessary deployment descriptors for JBoss and other application servers.
What NetBeans, SPECjAppServer2004, Visual GC, ANT, JBoss and Demi Moore have in common?
Seems that it exists a tradition at NetBeans to modify their graphic chart every years/2 years.
Please discover what they prepared for the next NetBeans IDE 4.2.
Ludovic Champenois, one of the lead engineers on the J2EE functionality in NetBeans asked in his blog what we would like to see in NetBeans 4.2 or even NetBeans 5.0. So, here is my wish list.
These days I tend to press F5 in my favorite browser every couple of minutes. I'm visiting the NetBeans page and cannot wait the delivery of NetBeans 4.1 since the release branch is known to be taken.
Sure, 4.0 has been a big step in the development of NetBeans, but from my point of view (J2SE) introduced a lot of difficulties. I cannot judge how the benefits have been to the J2EE world, but I...
In working on my JavaONE presentation, I got to thinking about why frameworks such as the NetBeans Platform and Eclipse RCP are important. It's really because, if they didn't exist, we'd all end up rewriting them, anyway.
Last week I had the opportunity to present NetBeans to the NY Java SIG. They were a lively crowd with lots of good questions, some requiring additional research on my part. Here I review the presentation and the questions that were raised.
In certain circles, raising the NetBeans vs. Eclipse question is much like discussing the relative merits of vi and emacs. They both pretty much do the same thing (though there are people on both sides who vehemently deny this). They both do a pretty good job. And, there are folks on both sides who think the other product is architected completely wrong.
So how do you wade through the propaganda and choose the platform that's right for your application?
One of eBay's more extensive sample applications is a bit tedious to run. This tutorial shows how to solve that problem using NetBeans 4.0.
Just recently, eBay released their SDK for Java. In this tutorial, I show you how to automate your interaction with eBay using NetBeans 4.0.
Javapolis: come and learn about future of netbeans.
Unless you've checked out the latest NetBeans 4.0 RC1 release, you really don't know beans about NetBeans.
Since the Beta 1 release, over 900 bugs have been fixed.
I need somes help !
With NB4.0 it will be difficult to mount more than one source directory.
And, personally, I don't like that. I like to have more than one source directory for the same project.
But I need solid arguments. Just say I like it is not sufficient.
Who were in the audience of presentation of NetBeans 3.6 Beta and Sneak preview of NetBeans 4.0 (pre-alpha version) at FOSDEM ? Please give me your comments !
Near everyone of the Java community say that netbeans is ugly, that netbeans eats too much memory, that netbeans is too slow...
But many developers continue to use netbeans to develop.
I suppose that it must exists a reason.
The next release of NetBeans (3.6) will have a relifting.
And I hope that it will permits to NetBeans to continue to exist.
Bejug, the Belgian Java User Group organized this week the second edition of Javapolis. During those two days, you had the possibility to choose amongs more than 50 conferences.
One of those conferences was at the end of this afternoon: "Increasing Developer Productivity, Project Rave overview" by Robert Brewin
Ant is the de factor standard to compile, test and deploy you application. Why not have an IDE that use Ant to manage his projects.