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NetBeans 6.8 Beta available for download

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Very good news for developers who used NetBeans IDE.

NetBeans team announced that everyone can download beta version of NetBeans 6.8.

Release Highlights:

Java Enterprise Edition 6

  • JavaServer Faces 2.0 for web interfaces and the ability to use EJBs in web applications
  • Java Persistence JPA 2.0 and RESTful web services support
  • Broader use of annotations instead of deployment descriptors
  • Deployment, debugging and profiling with GlassFish v3
  • JavaServer Faces 2.0 (Facelets)
  • Code completion, error hints, namespace completion, documentation popups, and tag auto-import for Facelets
  • Editor support for Facelets libraries, composite components, expression language


  • Support for JavaFX SDK 1.2.1
  • Improved navigation, code completion, and hints


  • Full PHP 5.3 support
  • Symfony Framework support

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  • Full JIRA support
  • Improved issue tracker integration


  • Improved support for Java EE 6, Groovy, Scala projects
  • Customizable dependency exclusion in dependency graph


  • Support for JRuby 1.3.1, Ruby 1.9 debugging, and RSpec 1.2.7
  • Improved rename refactoring, type inference, and navigation


  • Profiling: New tools for I/O Monitoring, Thread Analysis and Race Detection
  • Faster synchronization during remote development

If you want to know more about beta release visit this page.

For downloading visit this one.

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