NetBeans.org has announced the availability of the NetBeans IDE 6.1 Release Candidate. Learn more about the 6.1 release or Download it now. The final NetBeans IDE 6.1 release is scheduled for end of April.
So what’s new in 6.1?
First the 40% faster startup is really great because in 6.0 it took a lot of time to startup in my notebook. It was a major issue in NetBeans 6.0 but now it’s fixed thanks to the great NetBeans developers. The memory consumption is also a bit low. That’s also a performance hit.
It also has bundled Spring Framework 2.5 library which makes my work easier. JSF CRUD Generator is also another good addition to the new version.
Code completion has also improved a lot in the newer version.
Tutorials on NetBeans 6.1
- NetBeans Platform 6.1, Quick Start Tutorial
- Creating a Rails 2.0 Weblog in 10 Minutes
- Sharable Libraries feature in NetBeans 6.1
- NetBeans 6.1 New and NoteWorthy
At last I have to say is that it’s the best Java IDE I’ve ever used and it rocks now.
So my friends don’t wait, Download and try it now.