What Is New With Netbeans 7.3
Netbeans IDE 7.3 has just been released. While it is used primarily by Java developers, it is also quite popular amongst web developers and system developers. So, what’s new with Netbeans 7.3 ?
The development of code for the Java platform is now aided by new recommendations and refactorings in the editor and by new options for editing FXML files in JavaFX projects. The Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) and its associated GlassFish reference implementation are enhanced by the new JPQL (Java Persistence Query Language) editor that allows queries to be launched and tested straight from within the editor. Finally, the new version supports the profiling of Java applications on Linux ARM systems, including the Raspberry Pi.
For a full list of major changes, check out Netbeans Wiki.