Above you see a new item I added by means of a simple starting point, which starts like this:
import org.netbeans.modules.csl. (more...)
Here you can see there's code completion in Visual Studio for Kendo UI components, together with documentation showing you the options you can add to the argument object.
Displaying the classes (more...)
The HTML5 Fun Pack for NetBeans IDE, first announced in part 1 of this series, is now updated to include HTML5 code snippets for drag & drop, range, color, and e-mail. Click to enlarge the image below and notice the HTML5 Palette in the Component Palette on the right of the screenshot:
All the tags and code from line 10 to line 32 above magically appear when you drag and drop the 'Range' palette (more...)
What better way to get familiar with the new HTML5 elements and attributes than to have them integrated into the Component Palette in NetBeans IDE?
Below, when you look in the palette on the right side of the screenshot, you see a new HTML5 category, which currently contains four new palette items, for audio, data list (code completion), required (validation), and video:
When you double-click an item, or drag it into the HTML editor, new (more...)