It is possible to set breakpoints and watches in NetBeans and, on execution, check what the value of a given variable or object is.
The NetBeans debugger also lets the developer follow method calls and execute code one line at a time giving a fine-grained visualization on how the code is running.
This is one of the features where NetBeans shines in comparison to other IDEs; so, without further ado, let's dive in. NetBeans has already included many of the plugins, performance tools, and servers that are used for easing the process of setup and debugging.
We will be using a Java Application project for this example. Since we are just showcasing the capabilities of the debugger, we won't be using anything complicated; ...