Videos tagged with NetBeansTV
Roman Strobl introduces a jRuby on Rails support in NetBeans IDE 6.0
Roman Strobl, NetBeans Evangelist, introduces Rapid Java EE Development with NetBeans 5.5
Roman Strobl briefly introduces the NetBeans Visual Library.
Brief introduction into the NetBeans IDE 6.0 by Roman Strobl.
Discover Java Persistence API, web services based on JAX-WS 2.0, building Swing client using Matisse, converting client into NetBeans module and putting it all together in a platform-based app.
This screencast by Arun Gupta shows how a jMaki-wrapped Yahoo DataTable widget can be used to pull data from MySQL database using ActiveRecord in a Rails application. This is a screencast of the Jmaki on Rails for Dummies tutorial that uses NetBeans IDE 6.0 (Milestone 9) and the jMaki plug-in.
Roman Strobl briefly introduces the advanced JRuby editing features in NetBeans IDE 6.0.
You can write various extensions to OpenOffice.org using Java, and NetBeans IDE makes extending OpenOffice.org very easy. You can both add functionality to OpenOffice.org and create new applications which reuse OpenOffice.org APIs. In this 4-minute demo you discover how to create a new function for the Calc spreadsheet software using NetBeans IDE. Want to learn more? Read this in-depth introduc...
Discover what features from Java Studio Creator are being added to NetBeans 5.5, enabling you to do visual web development along with everything else that NetBeans 5.5 supports.
Jim Davidson and John Baker explain how to easily simplify data access using NetBeans.