NetBeans recently became an Apache project. Some people had been afraid that NetBeans ends up like OpenOffice, whilst others appreciated that step enthusiastic. I don’t know what future brings, but the NetBeans community is still vibrant. And the NetBeans Dream Team just incorporated seven new members. Continue reading “New NetBeans Dream Team members”
After “Web Development with Java and JSF” , I wrote a short book about “Java Lambdas and Parallel Streams”. Both books are written by the assistance of NetBeans, which I used to write the code, the book, and which I used to show some examples in the book. Continue reading “Java Lambdas and Parallel Streams”
During the last days, most news about NetBeans had been about the transition to Apache. Luckily this did not affect the ongoing development. NetBeans 8.2 had been successfully tested and is available now . If you still get NetBeans 8.1 displayed, then simply refresh your page (in most browsers by hitting the F5 key). Continue reading “NetBeans 8.2 available”
On October, 1st 2016, NetBeans became an official Apache Incubator project. A full list of all incubator projects is available at . I assume that the project page (which is quite shortly today) will present much information soon . Continue reading “NetBeans goes Apache – Incubation reached”
After its proposal and intensive discussing, NetBeans has reached the next step on becoming an Apache project: The vote for entering the incubator has started. You may follow this and vote (without binding if not a member). You’ll find the email list at .