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Mastering NetBeans by David Salter

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Adding components to a web application

Once a web application project has been created in NetBeans, either as a standard NetBeans project or a Maven project, we can add additional components into the project. These components can be anything from frontend code such as HTML or CSS files, server-rendered code such as JSF pages, or general utility classes such as service locators that can help when developing applications.

Using the New File wizard and selecting the Web category, we can add the following types of files:

  • JSP: This creates a new JSP page or JSP segment using either standard or XML-based JSP syntax.
  • JSF Page: This creates a new JSF page using either Facelets or JSP as the view engine.
  • Servlet: This provides the ability to create a new servlet. ...

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