NetBeans IDE Version 7.1 Has Been Released
NetBeans IDE 7.1 introduces support for JavaFX 2.0 by enabling the full compile/debug/profile development cycle for JavaFX 2.0 applications. The release also provides significant Swing GUI Builder enhancements, CSS3 support, tools for visual debugging of Swing and JavaFX user interfaces and support for Oracle WebLogic Server 12c. Additional highlights include Git support integrated into the IDE, new PHP debugging features, various JavaEE and Maven improvements, and more...
Our current java.net poll asks you to respond to The most important Java/JVM news/event/happening in 2012 will be related to.... Voting will be open until Friday, January 6.
Here are the stories we've recently featured in our Java news section:
- Martijn Verburg explains Why we voted "Yes" for JSR-321 (Trusted Computing) and "No" for JSR-352 (Batch Processing);
- Shai Almog presents Live Preview On Device And Beta Signup;
- Terrence Barr announces JTHarness 4.4.1 released;
- Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine looks ahead to 2012 @ full speed;
- Toni Epple demonstrates Styling a JavaFX Control with CSS; and
- Peter Lawrey tests Regex vs IndexOf in Java;
Ok, hokey title. Jonathan wrote up a really great retrospective on 2011 for JavaFX, and it inspired me to want to write a post detailing the plans and goals I have for JavaFX in the new year (and I'm sure Jonathan and Jasper would concur). Without further ado, my top 10 list of goals for 2012...
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