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NetBeans Highlights



A selection of news highlights, current newsletters and featured articles from netbeans.org, opensource IDE and application backplane



 



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



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



14 September 2017: NetBeans Day Germany
Hear about the latest highlights and features and see many demos in Munich at Eppleton!



See you in Apache!
Happy new year! As announced towards the end of last year, we are ending the @netbeans.org mailing lists and web forums: http://netbeans.org/community/news/show/1646.html NetBeans is in the process of moving to Apache, the current status can be read in the latest Apache incubator report: https://wiki.apache.org/incubator/January2018 A lot more work is ahead, though a lot has been done already. Take note of the following: Apache NetBeans mailing lists and how to subscribe/unsubscribe: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NETBEANS/Mailing+lists NetBeans Bugzilla is read-only so please use Apache NetBeans JIRA going forward: https://issues.apache.org/jira/projects/NETBEANS/issues/ NetBeans update centers are switching from http to https on January 12th, so please go to Tools > Plugins > Settings to manually change URLs to https Several items are still pending, i.e., in process to Apache, including the website, Plugin Portal, and Exception Reporter. Apache NetBeans (incubating) 9.0 Beta is in process of being released: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NETBEANS/Apache+NetBeans+9.0+Beta Finally, thank you all for your many years of usage and support of NetBeans — we look forward to continuing the NetBeans adventure with you in Apache! Thanks, Geertjan & Jirka, on behalf of the NetBeans community



Ending of @netbeans.org mailing lists and web forums
If you’ve been following Oracle's Apache NetBeans donation process, you’ll be aware that a large part of NetBeans is in Apache Git already. You should also be aware that mailing lists are available at Apache for purposes of discussing the development and usage of Apache NetBeans. By means of this e-mail, we’re letting you know that as of January 1st, 2018, the @netbeans.org mailing lists will be deleted (they are archived at netbeans.markmail.org), all references to @netbeans.org mailing lists will, where possible, be replaced with references to Apache NetBeans mailing lists, and everyone will need to manually move to the Apache NetBeans @dev (dev@netbeans.incubator.apache.org) and Apache NetBeans @user (users@netbeans.incubator.apache.org) mailing lists: To subscribe to these lists, send an empty e-mail to one or both of the below: users-subscribe@netbeans.apache.org dev-subscribe@netbeans.apache.org You can anonymously browse the Apache NetBeans mail archives via https://lists.apache.org/list.html?users@netbeans.apache.org and https://lists.apache.org/list.html?dev@netbeans.apache.org. What is the difference between the above? Anyone asking questions about the usage of NetBeans, whether for Java, JavaScript, C/C++, or any other language or technology, as well as those using the NetBeans APIs for developing modules and applications, will use the Apache NetBeans @user mailing list. Using prefix tags in the subject line, such as [ netcat ] or [ java ] is encouraged, to clearly distinguish the topic you're addressing in your e-mail. If and when it turns out that too many developers of one category dominate the @user mailing list, a separate Apache NetBeans mailing list will be created for them. The Apache NetBeans @dev mailing list is specifically for those committed to working on the development of Apache NetBeans itself, as well as those committed to promoting and documenting it, via events and tutorials, etc. Note that we will be discontinuing the web forums, i.e., forums.netbeans.org, and that in Apache there is no replacement for that — Apache projects work with mailing lists only. Also, the NetBeans.org website as a whole will move to Apache, while issues can already be filed at https://issues.apache.org/jira/projects/NETBEANS/issues, which is now the official place for filing Apache NetBeans issues. Hoping to see you all on the Apache NetBeans mailing lists, you’re encouraged to move there as soon as possible and to not write to the @netbeans.org mailing lists anymore. Kind regards, Geertjan & Jirka



NetBeans 8.2 incompatibility with JDK 9
If you have downloaded JDK 9 recently and try to convince your NetBeans 8.2 IDE to run on top of it we will probably disappoint you, because 8.2 version is not designed to work with JDK 9. In order to use JDK 9 happily you will need to download a NetBeans 9.0 development build from Apache Incubator. For more information please read Geertjan Wielenga's post on Using Apache NetBeans IDE. Thank you! NetBeans team



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.



Build a Rich Client Platform To-Do Application in NetBeans IDE
Practice using NetBeans IDE features that improve code quality and increase developer productivity.



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.