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How To Use The Payara IntelliJ plugin for Smoother Jakarta EE Development

In the realm of Jakarta EE development, orchestrating a smooth interaction between your application and the server is paramount. The Payara IntelliJ Plugin is one such tool that facilitates seamless integration between the Payara Server and the IntelliJ IDEA. This plugin empowers developers to efficiently manage and deploy Jakarta EE applications, and troubleshoot issues right from their development environment. In this blog post, we will explore the various features of the Payara IntelliJ Plugin and provide a step-by-step guide on how to make the most of its capabilities.

How to Use the Payara Tools in Apache NetBeans IDE

Apache NetBeans is a popular IDE for Java development, offering a wide range of features for streamlining the development process. Payara Server, a robust and scalable option for deploying Jakarta EE applications, seamlessly integrates with Apache NetBeans. In this blog, we explore the seamless usage of Payara Platform 6 within Apache NetBeans, highlighting the benefits and demonstrating how it enhances your development workflow. Whether you're starting a new project or working with an existing app, this guide helps you leverage the power of Payara Server in your development process. Follow the steps in this blog to set up Apache NetBeans to use Payara Server for running your web apps.

Tooling Enhancements in Payara Enterprise 5.22.0

With the release of Payara Platform Enterprise 5.22.0, we're happy to announce that the Payara Platform officially provides the tooling support for the Intellij IDEA, Apache NetBeans IDE, Eclipse IDE and Visual Studio Code.

Payara Tools for IntelliJ IDEA:

Payara IntelliJ IDEA tool's initial release is out and available on the JetBrains Marketplace and Payara Enterprise repository. Payara IntelliJ IDEA tools provide integration of the Payara Platform Enterprise & Community Editions into the IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate.

Eclipse Transformer Configuration Option with Jakarta EE 9 Milestone Release

The Eclipse Transformer tooling helps you transform existing Jakarta EE 8 binary to Jakarta EE 9. This is another step toward the full release of Jakarta EE 9. Payara Server Community Edition now includes a TECH PREVIEW of Jakarta EE 9 support to allow users to try out the new Jakarta EE 9 namespace and start experimenting and migrating applications in these early stages.

The Jakarta EE 9 3rd release candidate is available on Maven Central with the namespace changes in all of the Jakarta EE APIs and compatible implementations passing the standalone TCKs. Jakarta EE 9 will not be full of exciting new features, but this is an important milestone to drive forward and innovate the Jakarta EE 10 Platform in the cloud space.

Payara Platform Support for IntelliJ Plugin (Enterprise & Community)

This tutorial describes how to create, debug and deploy a Maven web application to the Payara Platform. You may follow the same application deployment process and the Payara Platform configuration steps for a Gradle web application.

Payara IntelliJ IDEA tools provide integration of the Payara Platform Enterprise & Community Editions into IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate. Before you begin, make sure the Maven, Gradle and Payara IntelliJ tools are installed from the IntelliJ Marketplace and enabled. If not then press the following button to directly install the Payara Tools in IntelliJ Ultimate:

Or install the Payara Tools from the main menu File Settings Plugins and search for Payara Tools:

Payara Enterprise Connectors

Payara Platform Enterprise Edition is designed to run mission-critical Jakarta EE applications in production environments with increased stability and security. Payara Enterprise is fully supported and offers access to production-oriented features and developer tools - including a wide range of supported IDE extensions, build tool plugins, test containers and connectors available under the Payara Enterprises repository.

Coming soon in Payara Platform Community 5.2020.3 Release: OpenAPI Refactor

 

The Payara Platform 5.2020.3 release (coming soon!) introduces major refactoring and architectural changes to the underlying implementation of MicroProfile OpenAPI 1.1.2.

The goal of the OpenAPI specification is to provide a standard format for documenting REST API services which is extremely useful, as it follows a standard and it can be used in a range of tools such as those provided by the Swagger suite. These let you do all sorts of things such as design, edit, and test a REST API documented by an OpenAPI document.

Hot Deploy Feature in Payara Platform 5.201

Being productive gives developers a sense of satisfaction and fulfillment. That's why increasing developer productivity is always our priority and we are consistently working towards improving the Payara Platform developer tools and the developer experience.


In this blog, we will show you how to configure a Project in the Apache NetBeans IDE to enable Auto Deploy and Hot Deploy mode.

The Auto Deploy and Hot Deploy mode are helpful for developers to run and test an application immediately after making changes to its sources without restarting the Server or manual redeployment to maximize your productivity where Auto Deploy is the feature of Apache NetBeans IDE and Hot Deploy is the feature of Payara Server. Hot Deploy mode is currently only supported in Apache NetBeans IDE as an experimental feature.