Build and Deploy with NetBeans
Now that we have a fair idea of what Java EE and the Oracle Java Cloud (OJC) have to offer, let’s dive in and start building our first Java EE application. We will first select an IDE, and then set up and deploy a basic application to the OJC.
You can build a Java EE application with as little as a text editor, but it is much easier if you choose an IDE. The NetBeans, Eclipse, and JDeveloper IDEs make this even easier because of the natural integration OJC offers with these three Oracle-supported tools. The use of an IDE here will make it easier for you to quickly and easily replicate what’s ...
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