Q7 – ISAS – NetBeans IDE

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The NetBeans IDE is a free, open-source Integrated Development Environment for software developers. You get all the tools you need to create professional desktop, enterprise, web and mobile applications, in Java, C/C++ and a variety of dynamic languages. The IDE runs on many platforms including Windows, Linux, Solaris, and Mac OS; it is easy to install and use straight out of the box. -  www.netbeans.org

This report was prepared to give an overview of NetBeans IDE (v6.7.1) under below topics.

  • What is NetBeans IDE?
  • History of NetBeans IDE
  • Requirements of NetBeans IDE
  • Basic Features of NetBeans IDE
  • NetBeans – Sightscreen
  • Source Code Editor Features
    • 01. Smart Code Completion
    • 02. CamelCase abbreviations
    • 04. Code highlighting and bracket matching
    • 05. Mark occurrences, errors and warnings
    • 06. Hints, quick fixes and code generation
    • 07. Customizable code formatting and indentation
  • GUI Features and Code Generation
    • 01. Creating standard GUI Project
    • 02. Feature rich UI designer with inbuilt code generation
    • 03. Easier event handling with inbuilt code generation
    • 04. Easier renaming of components, classes, files, packages, projects and etc.
  • Developing Database Applications
    • 01. Automated, four step wizard
    • 02. Creating the connectivity, manually
    • 03. Binding components with database, manually
  • Other important features
    • 01. Feature rich debugging support
    • 02. Direct connectivity with “Kenai” project hosting service

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One comment on “Q7 – ISAS – NetBeans IDE

  1. sunday June 2, 2012 3:29 AM

    Good site, I am encouraged and enlightened.

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