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IntelliJ IDEA 9 Beta is released

November 6, 2009 Leave a comment

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Good news for all who use IDEA. JetBrains announced that anybody can download and try their IDEA 9 Beta.

Some new features:

  • Faster Environment
  • Improved Code Understanding
  • Cleaner, More Productive Coding
  • More Efficient User Interface
  • More Flexible Project Structure
  • Preliminary Java 7 Features Support
  • Java EE 6 Support
  • Improved Groovy support
  • Extended Polyglot Arsenal
  • New Web Frameworks Support
  • OSGi Application Development
  • Enhanced Maven Support
  • Android Development
  • Better JavaScript and HTML
  • Flex Development
  • Context Management
  • UML Support
  • Version Control Integration

NetBeans 6.8 Beta available for download

October 23, 2009 Leave a comment

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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

JavaFX

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

PHP

  • Full PHP 5.3 support
  • Symfony Framework support

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  • Full JIRA support
  • Improved issue tracker integration

Maven

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

Ruby

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

C/C++

  • 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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Want to help translate next NetBeans platform book?

October 22, 2009 Leave a comment

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Today Geertjan posted in his blog news about new NetBeans platform book. This book is already written in German, need to help translate it to other languages. If you want to help please visit this post for details.

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IntelliJ IDEA goes in open-source

October 16, 2009 Leave a comment

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This news present in every news portal and in every blogs. Yes IDEA now is in open-source.
There are 2 versions Community Edition and Ultimate Edition.

Editions comparison page here.

Really bad that Android support will be only in Ultimate Edition.

Also JetBrains promote their IntelliJ Platform.

IntelliJ Platform – is a platform for building smart, language-aware IDEs with a comprehensive set of components.

For details of this really good news visit

Community site jetbrains.org and also home site jetbrains.com

NetBeans team updated documentation about using GWT in NetBeans

October 14, 2009 Leave a comment

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Today I found that NetBeans team updated documentation about how to use Google Web Toolkit in NetBeans.

I found this tutorial very useful.

Introduction to the Google Web Toolkit Framework

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JSF 2.0 Support in NetBeans 6.8

October 12, 2009 Leave a comment

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As we know NetBeans 6.8 works pretty well with JSF 2.0.
NetBeans team have been updating documentation and now we can learn how to use JSF 2.0 in NetBeans 6.8.

JSF 2.0 Support in NetBeans 6.8 Tutorial

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Tune NetBeans IDE for showing JDK sources and Javadocs.

October 10, 2009 2 comments
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The problem
I found that NetBeans 6.7.1 doesn’t allow adding link to Javadocs. It wants to use archive with Javadocs. Also I want to add JDK sources to the NetBeans IDE.