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NetBeans IDE 8 Cookbook by Rhawi Dantas, David Salter

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Creating a Java application

Creating a Java application using the NetBeans standard project format is the simplest way to start developing Java applications with NetBeans.

This recipe shows how to create a Java application using the NetBeans project format. The NetBeans 8, Java SE version was used for this recipe. If you are using a different version of NetBeans, you may have more project types available for selection while creating a project.

Getting ready

To get started, ensure that one of the Java bundles of NetBeans (Java SE, Java EE, or the All bundle) is running. You need not have any projects created to start this recipe.

How to do it…

  1. Click on File and then click on New Project....
  2. On the resultant dialog, select the Java category and the ...

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