Netbeans 6.0 Daily Build - new logo, new splash, is faster

I just downloaded yesterdays daily build (27.08.2007) and found Netbeans 6.0 in new look and feel. The logo as well the splash-screen and welcome pages changed. I like the new art work. Beyond that it is faster than m10. It is absolutely usable, but the editor throws still from time to time exceptions. The new page flow editor looks great (especially the animations). Netbeans comes already with some more complicated JSF-samples like "SingleCrudWithTable". There ist still room of performance improvement of the visual editor - but it's usable. Also the EJB-support, JPA (generating JPA-Entities from table etc.) work well - there were no problems.


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Hello Adam! Indeed these latest releases look very promising! I had a look a couple of beta versions earlier but i had major problems! After reading your post earlier today,i downloaded the latest built and for a couple of hours now..I have been workking on my project using this latse stuff! At last the editor...is really working and you can see lots of productivity hints everywhere!

Posted by Paris Apostolopoulos on August 28, 2007 at 03:57 PM CEST #

Paris,

thank you for your comment. I like the daily builds - you see progress every day - which is pleasure to see. However I wouldn't recommend this strategy for a larger project,

regards and thanks again,

Posted by Adam Bien on August 28, 2007 at 06:10 PM CEST #

At the moment I am only taking advantage of the new editor! All the other stuff..its ant's problem..so its for now..I guess :)

Posted by Paris Apostolopoulos on August 28, 2007 at 06:53 PM CEST #

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