NetBeans Articles Index: Experiences, Hints & Tips, Java and more…

NetBeansHaving spent alot of time using NetBeans we’ve written many articles, so we’ve taken to time to sit down and see what we have done and reviewed our archives and found that we had a large number of really useful and interesting articles on NetBeans.

With alot of articles available for reference we felt that they deserved their own index!

We hope you enjoy them, and contact us if you have any suggestions.

Tutorials

Customising your keyboard shortcuts in NetBeans IDE

Using Mercurial for Version Control with NetBeans

How to use Jemmy with JUnit in NetBeans

 

Looking under the hood in NetBeans

This sections contains useful hints and tips to help you get the most out of NetBeans.

Lessons Learned from using GlassFish and NetBeans

Where does NetBeans install your modules?

Why do IDEA and NetBeans give different output from my Java code?

NetBeans “Cannot locate java installation in specified jdkhome”?

My 5 Favourite NetBeans Features

 

Plug-ins

Interesting JavaOne PDF plugin for NetBeans

Writing a JavaFX PDF Viewer plugin for Netbeans – 1. Introduction
Writing a JavaFX PDF Viewer plugin for Netbeans – 2. Creating a plugin and adding an Action
Writing a JavaFX PDF Viewer plugin for Netbeans – 3. Displaying a Window
Writing a JavaFX PDF Viewer plugin for Netbeans – 4. Integrating your code
Writing a JavaFX PDF Viewer plugin for Netbeans – 5. Making a standalone plugin
Writing a JavaFX PDF Viewer plugin for Netbeans – 6. Linking a FileType (part A)

 

NetBeans and HTML5/JavaScript

This section is about NetBeans and its usage with HTML5 and JavaScript.

NetBeans 7.3 release adds a load of HTML5 and Javascript features for developers

NetBeans & Project Easel for easy HTML5 debugging

 

NetBeans and JavaFX

This section is about NetBeans and its usage with JavaFX.

PDF to FXML conversion – Creating a FXML application with NetBeans: Adding Buttons

Setting up JavaFX on NetBeans

PDF to FXML conversion – Creating a FXML application with NetBeans: Adding images

 

Comparing NetBeans and the other IDEs

In this section we take a look at NetBeans and the other Java IDE’s and discuss what we love and hate about them.

What we love and hate about Java IDEs – An Introduction

What we love and hate about Java IDEs – Eclipse

What we love and hate about Java IDEs – IntelliJ IDEA

What we love and hate about Java IDEs – NetBeans

What we love and hate about Java IDEs – Conclusion

 

NetBeans at JavaOne

In this section we relay experiences with NetBeans at Oracles JavaOne Conference.

Our JavaOne 2013 talk on Neteans and GlassFish

A simple Glassfish example in NetBeans – a little teaser for our Glassfish talk at JavaOne 2012

Talks on NetBeans (and related technologies) at JavaOne2012

Find out about JavaFX and NetBeans at our JavaOne 2012 talk (BOF3332)

NetBeans day at JavaOne 2012

 

Getting involved with NetBeans

In this section we get hands on with NetBeans and its community and blog about our experiences.

5 reasons why you should not be involved in NetCat 8 for NetBeans

Testing NetBeans 7.4

What is it like to be on the NetBeans Podcast?

 

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Virentha Mendis

Freelance Marketer at IDRsolutions
Virentha Mendis, is a freelance marketer currently working with IDRsolutions and helping them to prepare for JavaOne. He has a keen interest in software and making it accessible to non-technical users.

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