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16 Aug 2015
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NetBeans IDE 8.1 Beta Information [45073]
By Geertjan Wielenga

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16 Aug 2015
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Maven, Java EE and ... NetBeans [45074]
By David Delabassee

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16 Jul 2015
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Learn Java with NetBeans IDE [44435]
by Joel Murach and Michael Urban (660 Pages)

"We've designed Murach's Beginning Java with NetBeans specifically for beginning programmers and programmers with limited experience who want to learn Java at a professional level. By the time you finish this book, you'll have all the core Java skills that you need to move on to web or Android programming..."
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24 Jun 2015
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Take Early JDK 9 For A Spin In Early NetBeans 9 [43644]
By Geertjan

Geertjan writes, "Here's a super cool new development for the true adventurer, the wild side walker, and the most cutting edge of cutting edge Java developers.

Could this be you?

From today, there's a brand new build of NetBeans IDE focused very specifically on giving you the tools you need for taking the early access build of JDK 9 for a spin:..."
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04 Jun 2015
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HTML5 Fun Pack for NetBeans IDE [43186]
By Geertjan

Geertjan writes, "What better way to get familiar with the new HTML5 elements and attributes than to have them integrated into the Component Palette in NetBeans IDE?

Below, when you look in the palette on the right side of the screenshot, you see a new HTML5 category, which currently contains four new palette items, for audio, data list (code completion), required (validation), and video..."
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28 May 2015
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HTML5: audio, video, 'required', and data list in NetBeans IDE [43011]
by Geertjan Wielenga

Geertjan writes, "HTML5 rocks. Take a look at some of the new HTML elements you can work with out of the box.

Each of the screenshots below can be enlarged, so that you can see how NetBeans IDE, with its new support for shadow DOM elements in the upcoming NetBeans IDE 8.1, can help you understand and style these new HTML elements, of which there are several more but these, audio, video, 'required', and data list (i.e., code completion) are especially cool..."
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