Learn about how you can organize the UI of NetBeans by organizing the windows and overall layout. Learn about the importance of eliminating windows that are not use in order to free up space and prevent clustering views.
- [Instructor] Hi everyone.…So I'd like to talk about organizing your project…and with that we will lead into the topic of refactoring,…which is still dealing with organization,…however it's more specific to code.…But let's talk on a high level regarding…the way that we set up our projects.…Throughout the course we've been creating multiple projects,…but I want to go at a slower pace this time…and point out a few things.…So let's go ahead and create a new project…and it's going to be a Java application.…
However, I want you to pay attention to what happens…as we start actually typing the name of the project.…So right now, I'll go ahead and select Java Application…and choose next.…The name of our project is going to be…working with clean code.…What I'd like you to notice is that with the spaces,…notice that over here for create main class,…dots are added in between them.…
Now when a project is created,…having this checked is going to have our main class…by default created in our file.…Now if you didn't want it, obviously you can just…
- 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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