Posts tagged NetBeans
Follow the steps in this 2 minute video to install NetBeans IDE on Ubuntu so you can get started developing Java EE applications on Payara Server or Payara Micro. Before you start, make sure you have a JDK installed (not just the JRE).
Cuando estás probando una aplicación para ejecutarla en Payara Server, continuamente probar la aplicación desde tu IDE es extremadamente util (ese es su proposito, despues de todo). Si estás utilizando NetBeans esto es muy sencillo. Sigue los pasos de este blog para configurar Payara Server en NetBeans para ejecutar tus aplicaciones web.
We’re very excited to announce two new Payara Team members - Arjan Tijms and Gaurav Gupta, who joined us last week!
I'm sure some of you recognise their names - both Arjan and Gaurav are passionate Java EE advocates and community contributors. Arjan is a member of the JCP, Founder of the OmniFaces project and the zeef.com website; while Gaurav is a NetBeans Dream Team member and a creator of Jeddict ( formerly known as JPA Modeler).
Read along to find out more about Arjan and Gaurav and what they’ll be working on at Payara.
This blog uses NetBeans 11.1. If you're using an older version, you may need to perform slightly different steps to get the same result.
When testing an app to be run on Payara Server, it can be extremely useful to be able to test your app continuously from your IDE. If you're using NetBeans this is made very easy. Follow the steps in this blog to setup NetBeans to use Payara Server for running your web apps.
As a follow up to our 'Getting Started with Payara Micro Demo', we have another introductory video for you, this time demonstrating the Payara Micro API, using NetBeans and Maven.