The new release is available for download.
Arun Gupta has posted a nice article on his blog describing the new features:
- Enhanced Code Completion
- Database-related code snippets
- Multiple project configurations
- Find Usages
- Java SE Project Integration
- Grails support
- Javadoc Analyzer
- Call Hierarchy
- CamelCase code completion
- New Multithreaded Debugging Support
- Debugging Window
- Current Thread Chooser
Additional enhancements have been made to
- Web Frameworks (Spring, Hibernate, JSF, JSF CRUD Generator, JPA)
- GUI Builder
- Web Services
- Improvements to XML and Schema Tools
Arun Gupta has posted a good article about this topic on his blog, click here to read the post.
Click here to read this interesting article by James J. Weaver.
In this article, Arun Gupta shows how to build Rich Internet Applications using GlassFish and related technologies: Metro, jMaki and Jersey.
In this article, Alexey Gavrilov introduces and compares these new technologies for building Rich Internet Applications.
Arun Gupta has posted an interesting presentation which introduces GlassFish and related technologies (Metro, JRuby-on-GlassFish and jMaki).
Click here to download the pdf.
In this screencast Aaron Gupta shows how to create secure and reliable web services using GlassFish, Metro and the new NetBeans 6.0 IDE.
I’m using the new NetBeans 6.0 Release Candidate 1 as a Ruby IDE for test purposes, it seems to work very well.
I’ve found these useful screencasts:
This article shows how to integrate a Java-Swing application with Ruby using NetNeans 6.0.
It’s required a basic knowledge of the two technologies.