Learn how to manage application servers such as GlassFish and Tomcat. The default enterprise distribution of NetBeans installs Tomcat and GlassFish, and it automatically registers them under the Servers node.
- [Instructor] I'd like to continue talking about…some of the components under the Services tab.…You'll notice that the font size here…is slightly a little bit smaller,…so it's a little clearer to see the names of these tabs.…I dropped it down to 16 points for the UI,…but what I wanted to mention now…is talking about the servers option.…This servers node allows us to manage application servers…such as GlassFish and Tomcat.…
The default enterprise distribution of NetBeans…installs Tomcat and GlassFish,…and automatically registers them under the servers node.…Right clicking on the servers node…allows additional application servers…to be registered within NetBeans.…Here are some other server types that can be registered.…Once an application server has been registered,…it can be selected as a default server…when running Java applications,…and this is typically performed…when the application is created.…
When you're creating a new Java application,…NetBeans requires it to be specified.…If you recall, each time we've created…
- What is NetBeans?
- Creating templates
- Importing and exporting projects
- Debugging code
- Creating a project
- Creating a GridPane layout
- Creating the UI
- Deploying and executing an app
- Organizing the environment
Skill Level Beginner
1. Intro to NetBeans
2. Templates, Projects, and Debugging
3. Managing Services
4. Desktop Development: JavaFX
5. Web Development - PrimeFaces
6. Working with Clean Code
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