Oracle announced the release of new version of the IDE NetBeans Integrated Development Environment (IDE) 7.1. NetBeans IDE 7.1 – is a freely available, open (open source) integrated development environment available for the operating platform Oracle Solaris, Oracle Linux, Mac, Windows and other distributions of Linux.
The NetBeans Platform allows developers to quickly build enterprise, desktop, mobile and web-application in the first place on the platform of Java, as well as with PHP and C / C + +. NetBeans IDE 7.1 is the first integrated development environment that supports the latest specifications and standards platform Java, including full support for the development of JavaFX 2.0 and JDK7. The new version of NetBeans also provides integration with the recently announced application server Oracle WebLogic Server 12c, providing support for Java Platform Enterprise Edition (Java EE) 6 developers building applications on the platform of Oracle WebLogic Server. In addition, a version of NetBeans IDE 7.1 features greatly enhanced Swing GUI Builder, providing support to CSS3 and new tools for debugging, visual user interface based on JavaFX and Swing.
NetBeans IDE 01.07 provides extensive support for the following key technologies: • JavaFX – Support for JavaFX 2.0 and all three models for application development, including Desktop, Applet and JNLP. Added preloader (preloaders) to improve application loading, and support for user interface design using Cascading Style Sheets CSS3. • Java – Instruments of Mass refactoring (improving the internal structure of the code, while maintaining its functionality) to automate code update and make changes in various part of the project. The new visual debugger helps control the execution of code at the component level graphical user interface. Added a visual control of size gaps in the rows and columns, GridBagLayout. Improved function selection (highlight) the syntax and formatting documents in a format Javadoc. We also offer tools “Inspection» (Inspect) and refactoring (Refactor) code. • Programming Languages ??web-based application – Introduced support for CSS3 using Cascading Style Sheets NetBeans CSS, including features code completion, syntax highlighting and contextual comments for the new elements CSS3. Also added support for options that are specific for different browsers. • Java EE – Introduced support for the deployment of clusters and individual instances of the application server Oracle GlassFish Server. Carried out over 50 CDI interface improvements in the code editor Java. Improved set of JSF components in support of the Java Persistence, Web Services and EJB; adds support for Oracle Application Server WebLogic Server 12c. • PHP – Improved debugger for language PHP. Added support for test groups based on PHPUnit and templates Smarty. Increased download speed (upload) files with the possibility of resuming the connection (keep-alive) to FTP-and SFTP-clients. • Platform NetBeans – Added new API-interfaces for Windows; support multiple configurations of placement of windows on the screen, a visual tool to organize windows ( Visual Window Layout Designer); and connected components with multiple visual representations. Improved behavior TopComponentGroup. • Version control and bug tracking (bug tracking) – There is full integrated support for Git (a distributed version control files). Added “tab” change history (history tab) in the editor window files. Provides a new opportunity to lock and unlock files in your working directory Subversion. Introduced support for tags and branches Mercurial (cross-platform distributed version control system).