Simplify Development | NetBeans 6.5

The Only IDE You Still Need..

NetBeans™ IDE 6.5 introduces several new features, including a robust IDE for PHP, JavaScript, Debugging for Firefox and IE, and support for Groovy and Grails. This release also includes a number of enhancements for Java™, Ruby and Rails, and C/C++ development. Java™ feature highlights include: built-in support for Hibernate, Eclipse project import, and Compile-on-Save.

NetBeans™ IDE 6.5 also contains all 6.1 features including an intelligent JavaScript Editor, support for Spring Framework, ClearCase (via Update Center), and RESTful Web Services.

Combining excellent out of the box experience, compelling features, and a great plugin ecosystem, NetBeans™ IDE 6.5 is a must-download for developers.

Intuitive and feature-rich IDE for PHP

  • Simplify your PHP development with the award-winning open source NetBeans IDE.
  • Value Proposition: The NetBeans IDE for PHP offers the best of both worlds: the productivity of an IDE (code completion, real-time error checking, debugging and more) with the speed and simplicity of your favorite text editor. The IDE also includes a database explorer, JavaScript editor and debugger, and integrated VCS support. All of these features and more in a less than 30mb download.

Web development simplified

  • Simplify web development with the NetBeans IDE.
  • Value Proposition: The NetBeans IDE supports end to end web development for PHP, Ruby, Java, or Groovy developers. Featuring an advanced JavaScript editor with debugging for Firefox and IE, CSS/HTML code completion, database explorer/SQL query editor, and easy integration with you web stack of choice, the NetBeans IDE provides the web development tools you need.

Python EA Release

Simplify your Python development with the NetBeans IDE for Python- Early Access. This community driven project combines the practical development expertise of Python developers with the experience of IDE development by the NetBeans community.

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Developers can enjoy great editor features such as code completion, semantic highlighting, instant rename, smart indentation, pair matching, and more. The EA release also includes a community developed Python debugger as well as the ability to choose between the Python and Jython runtimes.

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13 thoughts on “Simplify Development | NetBeans 6.5

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  2. Is it possible to create a Goovy non-Grails project??? As far as I can see the only type of Groovy project available is a Grails one! I do not yet know Groovy and would rather start small with a simple Groovy Hello World before I dive into Grails.

  3. @Art B,

    Is it possible to create a Goovy non-Grails project???

    Yes, its possible!

    As far as I can see the only type of Groovy project available is a Grails one!

    True!

    I do not yet know Groovy and would rather start small with a simple Groovy Hello World before I dive into Grails.

    http://www.netbeans.org/kb/docs/java/groovy-quickstart.html

    Also, have a look at the features supported along with 2 screen-casts to simplify your development;

    http://www.netbeans.org/features/groovy/index.html

  4. Thanks for the link! However, that is definitely a usability blunder not to have a “Groovy Project” that sets the build options correctly. Shouldn’t take much work on their part and would be ahuge improvement. That said I’m off to play about with Groovy now, thanks!
    ~Art B

  5. I feel you missed reading this point,

    “Groovy integrates nicely with Java in any Java SE project: You can call Groovy classes from Java code, and Java classes from Groovy code. To set up a pure Groovy project, create new Java SE project, add your Groovy class or script, and press Run.”

    Hope this improves your understanding of Groovy and its support in NetBeans IDE.

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  7. Hi guys, I am new to web development. it there any book out there that is simple enough that I can use as a beginner? (I am using netbeans 6.5).

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