Learn about how one of the first things you do within the editing component of NetBeans is to create new files. NetBeans supports many different file formats, which can be created by selecting the File and then New File menu options. In this video, learn
- [Instructor] So one of the first things…that we do within the editing component of NetBeans is…to create new files.…Now NetBeans supports many different file formats…that can be created by selecting the file…and then the new file menu option.…So by going to like File, New File.…And if we chose for example here Java,…you see all the different file types that are associated…that we can choose.…And that applies to the other categories also.…
So these templates have information…that default when they're created…such as this one right here where…it has this common templates listed here,…and as you can see on line 10,…my name is printed out.…If you'd like to see where these templates are,…if we go to Tools and choose Templates,…you have them all categorized here.…So under Java, the first option is Java Class.…You can choose Open in Editor,…and then you will see the template structure itself.…
So let's go ahead and take a look at creating…a template for a new file type.…Let's assume that we want to alter the default class…
- 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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