NetBeans in Apache Git Incubator

The NetBeans Platform and Java SE tools are now in the Apache NetBeans Incubator Git repo.

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How to Participate in Apache NetBeans

NetBeans is moving to Apache and you are needed! Join in, many different ways are listed here.

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14 September 2017: NetBeans Day Germany

Hear about the latest highlights and features and see many demos in Munich at Eppleton!

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NetCAT 9.0 breaking news

Booming Voice: "The Apache NetBeans (Incubating) IDE Community Acceptance Testing (NetCAT) initiative for NetBeans 9.0 is hereby officially declaaaaaared opeeeeeen!" Or, bug hunting season is open! We are looking for enthusiastic NetBeans community members to test the NetBeans IDE version 9.0 before its release. Apache committers are of course very welcome, but you do not need to be a committer to join NetCAT. If you are passionate about quality, and would like the chance to be the reporter of bugs for a change, NetCAT is for you! This is the first NetCAT program under the Apache Incubator, and it marks a historic milestone in the life of NetBeans. Don't miss the opportunity to be a part of this initiative! For more information about how to join, and the responsibilities of a NetCAT member, read the wiki page at https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NETBEANS/NetCAT+FAQ Jiří Kovalský and Hermien Pellissier NetCAT 9.0 coordinators

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The Rise of NetBeans - Why The Increasingly Popular IDE Has Streamlined Java Application Development

Originally a student project in 1996, NetBeans has since become one of the most popular IDEs among app developers. Right out of the box, it boasts a code generator, debugging tools, a GUI builder, and support for your choice of programming language (Java, JavaScript, PHP, C++, HTML, and others welcome!), allowing you to easily create desktop, web, mobile, or HTML5 applications. The extensible platform is free, open-source, and backed by a dedicated community that knows best-practice software development. With their adoption by the Apatche Foundation and goals to continue to evolve alongside JDK releases, NetBeans is sure to remain a valuable resource for the open-source community well into the foreseeable future.

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NetBeans IDE 8.2 Patch 1 Now Available

The NetBeans Team has released a patch for NetBeans IDE 8.2 with fixes that enhance stability and performance. As you can learn more about the fixes in the NetBeans IDE 8.2 Patching Info Wiki page, the update fixes 110 bugs mainly in CND area. To obtain the fixes, NetBeans IDE 8.2 must be installed and running. Once you see an update notification in status bar, click the notification to install the updates. You can also download the fixes through the NetBeans IDE Plugins Manager (Tools > Plugins menu item) or the About dialog (Help > About menu item).

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Build with NetBeans IDE, Deploy to Oracle Java Cloud Service

Save time and effort deploying applications. Learn to set up Oracle Java Cloud Service, then install and use the Oracle Cloud plugin in the NetBeans IDE.

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Build a Rich Client Platform To-Do Application in NetBeans IDE

Practice using NetBeans IDE features that improve code quality and increase developer productivity.

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Video: Installing and Using Java ME SDK 8.0 Plugins in NetBeans IDE

This screencast demonstrates installation and usage of Oracle Java ME SDK 8.0 Plugins in NetBeans IDE on the Windows operating system.

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