Issue # 550 - Aug 13, 2012
Interview: PrimeFaces Lead
Çağatay Çivici, PrimeFaces lead, who considers NetBeans his favorite IDE,
is interviewed by Markus Eisele. Did you know that PrimeFaces is created in
NetBeans IDE? Read all about Çağatay here.
Samplr Plugin for
In this article, Juliano Viana introduce Samplr, an open source sampling
profiler that can be embedded in any Java application, such as VisualVM,
for automatic identification of performance bottlenecks.
Business Process Analysis on
When analyzing and processing data across multiple groups within an
organization, Mercur Business Control, a Swedish Java desktop application,
created on the NetBeans Platform, can be used. Read all about the
Aug 2012: NetBeans Platform Training in
End of August, as every year, the Source Talk Tage in Goettingen, Germany,
will host a NetBeans Platform course!
Sep/Oct 2012: NetBeans Platform Trainings in San Francisco &
Toni Epple reveals the latest Eppleton plans for integrating you into the
Tweet of the Week:
"I updated to NetBeans IDE 7.2. It's blazingly fast compared to 7.1,
especially on my (slightly underpowered) netbook." @MorgansCode
Hermien Pellissier continues contributing tips and tricks for Maven
developers using the NetBeans Platform!
What Makes Bad Programmers
NetBeans Dream Team member John Yeary asks "What makes bad programmers
different?" Read on for an interesting discussion!
Screencast: PHP & Continuous Build Servers in
This screencast shows how to set up PHP applications on Hudson and Jenkins
continuous build servers. It includes an overview of what continuous builds
are and why they can be useful with PHP applications. The screencast also
shows how to launch a build job for a PHP application and how to access the
Screencast: Praxis Intermedia
Neil Smith takes gets you up and running on a new open-source media project
created on the NetBeans Platform.
Get Started with Wicket in NetBeans IDE
The NetBeans Wicket plugin is ready for NetBeans IDE 7.2. Read about
getting started with it here!
Get Started with Gradle in NetBeans IDE
Attila Kelemen reports on the developments of the Gradle plugin, with
several performance enhancements. Take a look, join the project, contribute
code, or give Attila some feedback!
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