Reynald covers the process of installing the Java Development Kit (JDK) which includes visiting the JDK site, accepting the license agreement, selecting a version, and installing and choosing the appropriate options.
- [Instructor] To run NetBeans,…you first need to install the Java development kit,…so you can install that here from this page.…Once you're here,…all you need to do is choose the version…that's appropriate for your operating system.…Now, there's two versions here,…and I'm just going to go ahead…and choose the latest version,…but they are essentially the same kit.…So I'll accept the license agreement,…and because I'm working…on a 64 bit Windows operating system,…I will download this here.…
Once downloaded,…you can go ahead…and just launch the executable,…and you may be prompted,…depending on how your computer is set up,…if you're on Windows,…do you want to allow this app…to make changes to your device?…You might not see that on your screen now.…Just say yes.…And then continue choosing the defaults.…Next, next.…Okay, and now I'll just go ahead and close.…Now, to verify that Java was installed,…I can click on the Start menu…and type in Java,…and if I see an option for About Java,…I can choose that,…and it will show me the version that's installed.…
- 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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