If you’re using Maven and Java, several analyzers in NetBeans IDE are available for free to help you catch problems early and avoid problems before they happen. NetBeans provides static analysis tools, especially integration with the widely used FindBugs tool, for identifying and fixing common problems in Java code.
There are many reasons why it makes sense to use NetBeans IDE for your Java software development projects. This presentation proposes the top seven reasons, explained together with demos and slides.
FindBugs 3.0 supports Java 8 and is integrated into NetBeans IDE 8.0.1, together with a set of helpful tools for seamlessly analyzing your Java code.
This is a guide to the key features of language enhancements in Java 8 and how you can use the IDE to help you migrate your code to Java 8.
The NetBeans 8 IDE has a wide range of new features to support the Java SE 8 technologies. These include templates, wizards and samples enabling developers to get started and be productive with the new lambda expressions, streams, and method references.
This video explains how to build a fullstack Vaadin + JPA + Glassfish application in minutes. You’ll learn how to leverage NetBeans and the Vaadin plugin at the same time.