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MongoDB for Java Developers by Francesco Marchioni

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Building up the Enterprise project with NetBeans

Our Java Enterprise application will now be created, step by step.

We will use NetBeans for coding and building our project. Our helping hand will be Maven, which is a de facto standard used by Java developers to arrange for a standard application structure, compile, deploy, and test it. Being an extensible framework based on plugins, the capabilities of Maven can be even expanded far beyond the points mentioned earlier.

First of all, however, we need to configure it so that it can be used in combination with the WildFly application server; the upcoming section details it.

Configuring WildFly on NetBeans

Since release 8.0.2 of NetBeans, you can directly add the WildFly server to the list of available ...

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