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I attended NetBeans day at JavaOne and saw some nice demo's where people used the NetBeans Platform to create some nice desktop java applications.

I've been checking out the www.netbeans.org site and I've download the NetBeans platform and etc... so now what?

Anyone know of a good place to pick up some information on how to develop programs for the NetBeans platform once I have it installed?

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I used netbean before , I start with eclipse/websphere
there are some reference about netbean on netbean official site (www.netbeans.org)

if you have no luck about finding some good reference
then tell me to find it for you
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The documentation is rather lacking. Here is a starting place: http://www.netbeans.org/kb/articles/getstarted.html

Your best bet might be to subscribe to the newsgroup and ask for information: news://news.gmane.org:119/ and http://www.netbeans.org/servlets/SummarizeList?listName=nbdev.

You might also want to log some issues with their issuezilla when you find you need info that just isn't there.
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