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Mojarra is the name of the JavaServer Faces reference implementation. In September 2015 the source moved from a Subversion based control system to a Git based server. This blog explains, how to download and compile the bleeding JSF version.
NetBeans offers a real cool feature called Code Templates. This feature is available throughout the whole IDE. In my series, I explain it within the context of Java EE, but you might use it anywhere.
Wondering whether I did not write a new article in this series? The last weeks I spend my spare time with JSF discussions as well as testing the upcoming NetBeans version (8.1) including a bit of bug hunting. And I … Weiterlesen
Creating an application with NetBeans seems to be obvious easy. Indeed, it is. If you know, which build system to use.
In my last blog, I showed the configuration file, which stores the properties of the Task Repositories. And I stated, NetBeans sadly offers the new-editor only. But there is an task repository editor!