The Only Complete Guide and Reference for NetBeans™ IDE 5.0
The award-winning NetBeans™ IDE eases all aspects of Java application development, incorporating a wide range of powerful features into one well-designed package. NetBeans IDE is consistently first in supporting the latest Java technologies for developing desktop, web, enterprise, and mobile applications.
NetBeans™ IDE Field Guide
provides an introduction to the IDE and an extensive range of topics to help you with both everyday and advanced programming tasks, including
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- Taking advantage of the Ant-based project system to create easily deployable projects
- Developing web applications with the built-in Apache Tomcat web server
- Constructing, assembling, and verifying large-scale Java EE applications
- Managing the Sun Java System Application Server through NetBeans IDE
- Developing mobile applications with the NetBeans Mobility Pack
- In this expanded second edition, you can also learn how to
- Build powerful and attractive desktop applications with the Matisse GUI Builder
- Profile your applications for performance issues
- Develop modules for NetBeans IDE and rich-client applications based on the NetBeans Platform
- Chat and share code with other developers using the NetBeans Collaboration Modules
Patrick Keegan is one of the technical writers for NetBeans IDE. He has been writing about the IDE since May 1999, when NetBeans was a small Czech company yet to be acquired by Sun Microsystems.
Ludovic Champenois is a senior architect at Sun Microsystems. He has been with Sun for more than a decade, and is currently the tech lead and architect for NetBeans J2EE support.
Gregory Crawley conceptualized and implemented the Mobility device fragmentation solution for NetBeans IDE 4.0. He continues to be an avid NetBeans IDE user and developer of J2ME games in association with Cotopia Wireless.
Charlie Hunt is a Java Performance Engineer at Sun Microsystems. He has been working with Java since 1997 and has held many other positions at Sun, including Java Architect and NetBeans Technology Evangelist.
Christopher Webster, a member of the NetBeans Enterprise Pack development team, focuses on service-oriented architecture (SOA) development tools. Before joining Sun, Chris was a computer scientist at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.