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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!
With NetBeans, you are able to find or report task. To do such, you need to add a repository first. If you choose „Team, Find tasks…“ or „Team, Report Tasks…“ you may define a new repository. For example, if you … Weiterlesen
As most of other modern IDEs, NetBeans supports a rename refactoring. Focus the variable, methods, class etc. you want to rename and press Ctrl+R. Alternatively you may open a context menu and choose „Refactor, Rename“. The rename not only affects … Weiterlesen
Today the NetBeans Community Acceptance Testing (NetCAT) program started. If you like to help improving this great IDE, please sign up for this program . Need some more information first? Go to the NetCAT page . All you have to … Weiterlesen
Starting development with NetBeans and Java EE is really simple. Just install a Java development Kit (JDK) and the NetBeans Java EE edition. The full Java EE stack is available to you, including GlassFish application server. If you’re using Microsoft … Weiterlesen