Every Monday we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week was certainly busy for the popular package manager, npm, with two major announcements coming back to back! But that’s not all! We had Angular v6.1.0 news, IntelliJ IDEA 2018 progress report and many more!
What’s been going on in the Apache Incubator since October 2016 is, in software development terms, nothing short of revolutionary.
NetBeans wouldn’t be NetBeans without the regularly occurring NetBeans Days, which are community events that happen all over the world, organized by enthusiastic NetBeans community members.
The Apache NetBeans team is proud to announce the release of Apache NetBeans (incubating) 9.0 Beta.
As announced towards the end of last year, we are ending the @netbeans.org mailing lists and web forums.
If you’ve been following Oracle’s Apache NetBeans donation process, you’ll be aware that a large part of NetBeans is in Apache Git already. You should also be aware that mailing lists are available at Apache for purposes of discussing the development and usage of Apache NetBeans.
Last week at Devoxx in Antwerp, a number of Apache NetBeans committers discussed what’s going on with the NetBeans process.
With the release of JDK 9 and NetBeans in transition to Apache, should you wait or move to a different development environment? Because NetBeans IDE 8.2 does not support JDK 9, those wanting to use JDK 9 do need to make some choices.
The first YaMeter installers are available!
As always, NetBeans enthusiasts have a lot of options and multiple ways of meeting up throughout JavaOne 2017.
Harris has used its ODS Open Platform, based on the NetBeans Platform, to create the new “Airside Monitor”, a product deployed together with NATS at Heathrow airport.
Ever since NetBeans joined the Apache Software Foundation, I’ve been wandering the Apache projects for bug fixing and such. It’s like taking a stroll in the new neighbourhood.
FluxMotor is an application dedicated to the pre-design of electric machines created at Altair in France.
We are pleased to announce that the newest version of the Quorum Programming Language, version 5.0, is now live.