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Independent analyst Ovum "believes that the new NetBeans IDE feature-rich HTML5 support will draw increasing numbers of developers to the NetBeans IDE." Read this excellent analysis of new features in NetBeans IDE 7.3.
Software company Anahata Technologies announces it will be defaulting to NetBeans 7.3 for the development of Enterprise Dekstop and Web based Software Applications.
Additional highlights available in 7.3 include new navigation features and development tools in the Java Editor, enhancements to the NetBeans Profiler, and continued enhancements to the IDE's support for Groovy, PHP, JavaFX and C/C++. NetBeans IDE is the Smarter and Faster way to code!
Download NetBeans IDE 7.3
HTML5 rich client web and mobile development
Enhanced Java editor navigation and development tools
More hints and refactorings
Enhanced code completion in JavaFX FXML files
New JPQL Editor for Java SE and Java EE developers
Enhanced features in NetBeans Profiler
New tools for Groovy, PHP, and C/C++ developers
NetBeans IDE 7.3 is available in English, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Russian, and Simplified Chinese.
Complete list of features in NetBeans IDE 7.3
HTML5 development support in NetBeans IDE
Video: What's New in NetBeans IDE 7.3
New screencasts and tutorials
Oracle press release
A tutorial about developing a new Java ME embedded project in the NetBeans IDE using the Oracle Java Micro Edition Embedded platform that includes support for JSR 228, the Information Module Profile-Next Generation API (IMP-NG). It will also explain how to debug and profile your own IMlet using NetBeans support for Oracle Java ME Embedded 3.2.
A tutorial that demonstrates how the NetBeans IDE provides tools that can help you work with CSS rules to modify the layout of an application.
Are you all about Android?
Does Scala make you sing?
Are you devoted to Python?
What about Objective-C?
In the latest NetBeans Community Poll, tell us what technologies you work with or use most often.
Two new dark color themes are added to the NetBeans IDE workspace.
Explore Java EE technology with renowned expert Adam Bien as your guide in his unique workshop series: Air Hacks. In this interview, Bien discusses how the interactive, all-coding workshops came to be and what developers can expect to gain from the series.
Podcast Guests: Petr Jiricka on HTML5 support in NetBeans 7.3 and the new NetBeans Web Client Blog; new governance board appointees Hermien Pellissier & Toni Epple; Java EE workshops with Adam Bien; and a new NetBeans PHP book by author M A Hossain Tonu.
Michael MÃÂ¼ller, a developer in Germany, who blogs, codes, thinks, and ping pongs with NetBeans IDE!
If you have already downloaded and tested the latest Release Candidate build, we would like to know what you think about it.
Take the NetBeans IDE 7.3 Community Acceptance Survey and tell us about your experience! The survey will be opened until February 10th.
Thank you in advance for participating in the survey!
NetBeans Community Manager
The NetBeans Team is pleased to announce the Release Candidate build of NetBeans IDE 7.3.
Download NetBeans IDE 7.3 Release Candidate
Watch NetBeans IDE 7.3 Screencasts
Get the release candidate build, use the new features, and then provide feedback about your experience in the NetBeans IDE 7.3 Community Acceptance Survey. (Survey deadline: Sunday, February 10.)
Let the NetBeans team know if you think 7.3 is ready for general release!
You can give additional feedback by using the NetBeans mailing lists and forums, filing reports, or engaging the NetBeans team on Twitter.
The final release of NetBeans IDE 7.3 is planned for February.