The NetBeans community has completed voting with 89% of respondents stating that NetBeans 8.2RC is ready for release. As such, NetBeans 8.2 has been released today.
Due to a few last minute fixes the community acceptance vote for NetBeans 8.2RC has been extended
Earlier this month, a proposal was made to change the governance of the NetBeans IDE to be maintaned by the Apache Software Foundation rather than via Oracle.
Spring Boot 1.4.1 and 1.3.8 have been released
The NetBeans team have announced the release of NetBeans 8.2RC and are asking for users to complete the Community Acceptance Survey
Unfortunately the latest version of NetBeans (the soon to be released 7.3) doesn’t provide native support for JBoss AS 7.x. JBoss versions prior to this are supported, but it’s been a long wait for AS 7.x support.
FindBugs is a static analysis tool that helps developers find bugs within their source code. To make using FindBugs easier within NetBeans, a NetBeans Plug-in is available.
When you install a new JDK on your PC, NetBeans doesn’t automatically use the new JDK, rather it will continue to use the JDK that was defined when NetBeans was installed.
This article assumes that you’re familiar with using Arquillian for testing Java applications. If you’re not familiar with Arquillian, then I suggest you check out the guides at http://www.arquillian.org
In the previous article about Maven, I discussed how to use Maven to create a new project and then how to execute the project via the command line.
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