Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, JavaFX 14 was released, so we sat down with Johan Vos, Java Champion and Gluon co-founder, to discuss all that’s new. We also took a closer look at the advantages of using Clojure and welcomed the latest Apache NetBeans release.
Last week, the Apache Foundation published a weekly update detailing all the news from the week. Apache Ignite now has Java 11 support, Apache Knox can now create a Docker image, and Apache Arrow’s next release will be 1.0.0. We take a look at the most interesting details.
What’s new in Apache NetBeans? The first release of the new quarterly release cycle is here: announcing Apache NetBeans version 11.1. See what’s been added in this new update, including all the new Java EE enhancements, Java EE 8 support for Maven-based and Gradle-based web apps, and several changes made to the platform.
It’s the first Monday of the month and that means that it is time for our monthly recap! From the latest updates on the progress towards Angular v8 to the first look at JDK 13, this month had it all. Let’s take a look.
After a long incubating period, NetBeans is officially a Top-Level Project of the Apache Foundation. Let’s have a look at the announcement.
What’s new in Apache NetBeans? The latest Apache NetBeans (incubating) 11.0 release includes JDK 12 support, Maven first New Project wizard, Java EE support, Gradle Support, and some new enhancements. See what’s been added in this new update.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, most of the tech world was still on vacation so we had some time to catch up on some new releases that became available during the holidays.
The Apache Netbeans team said goodbye to 2018 with a new release. On December 27th, Apache NetBeans 10.0 was released and it brings some big updates for JDK 11 support and more. Let’s have a quick look.
Happy New Year everyone! We wish you a productive and fulfilling 2019! But before we start our engines and go full speed ahead, let’s take a step back and have a look at the most clicked news for 2018. From Angular v6 to our Java 10 interview series, 2018 has definitely been a busy year!
The community survey is done and the data has been tallied. An overwhelming majority of Apache NetBeans developers are happy with the 9.0 release. We take a look at what they’re really thinking about its Java integration.