Plus, bug fixes for Redcar JRuby editor, and new release for JasperReports.
JFX Blocks Plugin 0.2 for NetBeans has been released. With this plugin, developers can create Test Case and Model Validator […]
NetBeans IDE is released with support for Equinox, Spring Framework, Rails, and more.
JAXenter spoke to member of the Eclipse Foundation Board of Directors, Chris Aniszczyk about the SWT/Swing debate, and what we can expect from Eclipse RCP.
The NetBeans team have announced the first release candidate build of NetBeans IDE 6.9. NetBeans IDE 6.9 introduces the JavaFX […]
JAXenter speaks with Geertjan Wielenga on why he believes has the edge over Eclipse.
Version 9.0.2 of the Java Profiler YourKit is now available. YourKit records application-specific events, such as stack trace and thread, […]
NetBeans have posted a new tutorial on defining JavaFX binding with the JavaFX Composer. The tutorial should result in a […]
Geertjan Wielenga has stated that the NetBeans Platform has an edge over Eclipse RCP, because NetBeans uses the Swing UI […]
NetBeans have posted a new tutorial that introduces building JavaFX applications in NetBeans’ JavaFX Composer visual editor. JavaFX Composer is […]
The man widely credited as the creator of Java, James Gosling, has posted a blog praising the updates to Java […]
The NetBeans Documentation team have announced the release of the updated Samples Catalog, where you can find some sample applications […]
Support for Rails 3.0, Spring Framework 3.0 library and JavaFX SDK 1.3 with NetBeans 6.9 Beta.
NetBeans have published a tutorial on how to set up a JSF 2.0 project with Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) […]