NetBeans IDE in Version 8.0 erschienen

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Die beliebte und vielseitige Entwicklungsumgebung NetBeans IDE ist in der Version 8.0 erschienen. Die auf Java 8 (Java SE 8, Java SE Embedded 8 und Java ME Embedded8) basiert IDE hat in Version 8 eine Palette an Verbesserungen, neuen Tools und Support neuerer Sprachen unter der Haube. Es unterstützt Maven und Java EE mit PrimeFaces, bietet neue Tools für HTML5, teilweise für AngularJS und bietet Verbesserungen im Support für PHp und C/C++.

Die Liste der neuen Features

Java

  • JDK 8 support: tools and editor enhancements for working with Profiles, Lambdas, and Streams.
  • Java SE Embedded support to deploy, run, debug or profile Java SE applications on an embedded device, such as Raspberry PI, directly from the NetBeans IDE.
  • Java ME Embedded 8 support.
  • Several Java Editor enhancements, such as many new Java hints, Javadoc shown as tooltip, instant rename enhancements, and code completion exclusions.
  • Improved integration with JavaFX Scene Builder.

Java EE

  • New PrimeFaces code generators, to generate complete PrimeFaces skeleton CRUD applications with connection to databases.
  • Tomcat 8.0 and TomEE support, including out-of-box JPA, JSF and JAXRS configuration and data sources.
  • Facelets Template Client wizard asks for sections to generate.
  • Code completion for template sections, and within JSF composite components.
  • Enhanced CDI integration in beans.xml file, with code completion for alternative classes and stereotypes.
  • More flexibility for JPA hints, which can be disabled, enabled, and warning level changed.

Maven

  • New Maven graph layout switcher.
  • Navigator shows POM goals.
  • Additional web resources shown in Projects window.
  • Improved Maven performance when re-running Web applications.
  • Improved Maven performance of „Apply Code Changes“ while debugging.

JavaScript

  • AngularJS navigation via hyperlinking from view to controllers.
  • Many enhancements for AngularJS in code completion between artifacts, such as code completion in the view to properties defined in controllers.
  • Code completion support in Knockout templates.
  • New editor support for creating JQuery widgets and plugins.
  • Debugging of JavaScript code executed in Nashorn (JDK 8+) script engine is supported.

HTML5

  • Android 4.4 WebKit debugging supported for Cordova 3.3+.
  • New Karma test runner support.
  • New Grunt build support.
  • Avatar.js is available in the Plugin Manager, via Tools | Plugins. After installation, you’re able to create Avatar.js projects.

PHP

  • Support for PHP 5.5.
  • New support for Nette tester.
  • New support for PHP CS Fixer.
  • Enhancements for Twig, Latte, and Neon.
  • Composer supported by New Project Wizard.

C/C++

  • New Breadcrumbs feature for navigation in editor.
  • New GDB Console to enable usage of command line GDB mode.
  • New hints and code completions.
  • Improved remote performance.

Platform

  • Enhanced flexibility in the Window System, such as split of editor via drag and drop, and a new API to customize editor tabs.
  • New design of user interface for managing Project Groups.
  • Files in folders can be sorted by extension.

Miscellaneous

  • Profiler enhancements: Profile on embedded platforms, show thread owning monitor for lock contention, and improved Threads view.
  • Versioning enhancements: Support for Subversion 1.8 working copies, various enhancements to Git and Mercurial support.
  • Task Schedule and other new features in Tasks window for bug tracking.

Kompletter Text zu den Änderungen in Version 8.0 – https://netbeans.org/community/releases/80/

Download NetBeans IDE 8.0 – https://netbeans.org/downloads/

Download NetBeans IDE 8.0 und Oracle Java JDK 8 – http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk-netbeans-jsp-142931.html

Roadmap NetBeans IDE – https://netbeans.org/community/releases/roadmap.html

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