Version 4.0 of the Jindent Source Code Formatter for Java is now available to download. Jindent allows developers to transform […]
NetBeans have released a new NetBeans IDE 6.8 datasheet, with the express purpose of spreading the NetBeans 6.8 message. “Use […]
The JavaFX Composer team have started a new blog detailing their progress towards a final release. The JavaFX Composer is […]
NetBeans have released a first milestone of NetBeans 6.9. With this release, NetBeans.org build infrastructure, NetBeans launchers and installers now […]
Allan Lykke Christensen has released version 0.2 of the NetBeans Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP Explorer.) NetBeans LDAP Explorer is […]
The JavaFX Composer team have announced Preview 2 of their plugin for NetBeans IDE 6.8. JavaFX Composer provides a visual […]
The NetBeans team have added a new feature, ‘Error Badges’ to the development version of NetBeans. This means that if […]
The NetBeans team have released Patch1 for the NetBeans IDE version 6.8. The patch fixes bugs in modules for Java, […]
In Oracle’s mammoth five hour long webcast broadcast on 27th January, Oracle’s Senior Vice President of Development Thomas Kurian, referred to NetBeans as a lightweight IDE for Java Developers. Should this illicit a sigh of relief from the NetBeans community, or should we all be vigilant for any indication that Oracle is still planning to sideline the popular IDE?
NetBeans users can now buy Java Card modules for NetBeans IDE version 6.8, from the NetBeans Update Centre. Java Card […]
On January 27th 2010, Oracle Corporation posted a press release on their official website, announcing that they had finalised their long-delayed acquisition of Sun Microsystems.
During a live webcast aired from Silicone Valley last night, Oracle’s Executive Vice President of Product Development Thomas Kurian laid down Oracle’s roadmap for Java, post-Sun.
Oracle’s overall strategy is to extend the Java Programming Model to emerging application development paradigms; optimising the platform for a variety of deployment architectures by integrating and simplifying the platform, and revitalising the Java Developer community with best of breed Java Technology. Oracle also aims to make the JCP a more participatory community process.
Last week, JAXenter reported that the European Commission has finally given Oracle’s acquisition of Sun Microsystems the green light, amongst […]
Version 1.1 of the open source Graphical User Interface (GUI) plugin for DTrace is now available for download from the […]