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NetBeans Magazine – Issue Three – May

To commemorate the largest NetBeans Day ever, we’ve put together a special issue of NetBeans Magazine with a whopping 84 pages of in-depth technical articles. Issue Three showcases the flexibility and versatility of the IDE and Platform, and the upcoming features in NetBeans 6.0.

You can view the magazine as a whole or as individual articles. And now you’re also able to access simplified HTML versions of each article (but you’ll want to look at the PDFs for the full visual experience!)

Full NetBeans Magazine, Issue Three (PDF) [18MB]

Contents & Individual articles

Cover, Introductory Material, and Table of Contents

New Core NetBeans 6.0 Features in Depth

Osvaldo Doederlein

From editing to browsing, to versioning, building and profiling, there is great news for everybody in the new NetBeans release.

Schliemann: Integrating Scripting Languages in NetBeans 6.0

Geertjan Wielenga

See how a 19th century explorer called Heinrich Schliemann is inspiring the IDE to become fluent in many languages.

User Interface Design in NetBeans 6.0

Wade Chandler

Beans Binding and Swing Application Framework support, and features you’ve probably been dreaming about having in your IDE.

Write Once, Deploy Anywhere

Anatole Wilson

Writing applications for mobile devices and reducing device fragmentation with NetBeans Mobility Pack

Swing and the NetBeans Platform in the Real World

Fabrizio Giudici

See how the NetBeans Platform and advanced Swing components have made it easier to develop a complex desktop application, and the lessons learned in building it.

Introducing NetBeans C/C++ Pack

Fernando Lozano

Prepare your environment for cross-platform C/C++ development with NetBeans, and put the C/C++ Pack to work creating a native library for Java applications.

OpenOffice NetBeans Integration

Kay Koll

Using a new OpenOffice plugin module to create, build, deploy and debug OpenOffice/StarOffice extensions and client applications.

Visual Web Application Design with NetBeans

Beth Stearns

Exploring some of the many exciting features for visual web application design and implementation in NetBeans

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