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24 Mar 2017 New: JDK 9 Jigsaw Modular Projects in NetBeans IDE [61834]
By Geertjan

Geertjan blogs, "The NetBeans IDE 9 development builds now enable you to create Java Modular Projects, i.e., Jigsaw projects that can contain multiple Jigsaw modules, which can be compiled together as a unit: ..."
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03 Oct 2016 Top 5 Favorite NetBeans IDE 8.2 Features [56868]
By Geertjan Wielenga , October 3rd, 2016

Geertjan blogs, "With the release of NetBeans IDE 8.2, here are my favorite features! ..."

  • The Release Itself
  • Multiple Cursor Support
  • Oracle JET Features
  • Bling Bling
  • Darcula

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13 Sep 2016 Java founder James Gosling endorses Apache takeover of NetBeans Java IDE [56252]
JavaWorld, September 13th, 2016

NetBeans, the venerable open source Java IDE that originated at Sun Microsystems, would move from Oracle's jurisdiction to the Apache Software Foundation under a proposal unveiled today. The plan is being endorsed by Java founder James Gosling, a longtime fan of the IDE.

Moving NetBeans to a neutral venue like Apache, with its strong governance model, would help the project attract more contributions from various organizations, according to the proposal posted in the Apache wiki. "Large companies are using NetBeans as an application framework to build internal or commercial applications and are much more likely to contribute to it once it moves to neutral Apache ground," the proposal says.
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13 Sep 2016 Java Founder James Gosling Endorses Apache Takeover Of Netbeans Java IDE [56189]
JavaWorld, September 13th, 2016

"NetBeans, the venerable open source Java IDE that originated at Sun Microsystems, would move from Oracle's jurisdiction to the Apache Software Foundation under a proposal unveiled today. The plan is being endorsed by Java founder James Gosling, a longtime fan of the IDE.

Moving NetBeans to a neutral venue like Apache, with its strong governance model, would help the project attract more contributions from various organizations, according to the proposal posted in the Apache wiki. "Large companies are using NetBeans as an application framework to build internal or commercial applications and are much more likely to contribute to it once it moves to neutral Apache ground," the proposal says..."
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25 Aug 2016 The Evolution And Future Of IDEs [55557]
jaxenter, August 25th, 2016

"Being a developer today is perhaps more exhilarating than at any other time in history. We have incredible choice when it comes to languages and frameworks, and tools like GitHub and StackOverflow have connected millions to make sharing code and expertise simple and fast. These conveniences have allowed us all to spend more of our time being creative and honing our craft, rather than fighting with source code repos and ancient languages. But in this age of global sharing and constant collaboration, one of our most important development tools, the IDE, has remained stubbornly individual and private. Why?..."
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