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Easy Web Development with WaveMaker by Edward Callahan

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Using an external editor

For any significant hand-coding, or just a better experience at editing the service class, you can use the editor of your choice instead of Studio's built-in editor. The editor in Studio is a fine editor, but if you prefer to use a Java IDE such as SpringSource Tool Suite (STS), Eclipse, or NetBeans, you can do so by importing the WaveMaker project into a Java IDE.

NetBeans

To import a WaveMaker project into NetBeans, choose File followed by New Project from the NetBeans menu. In the New Project dialog, choose the Java Web category with the Web Application with Existing Sources project type.

NetBeans

Then, specify the project root for ...

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