NetBeans

NetBeans and Tomcat – Transport Error 202

I generally develop any Java applications I’m working on in NetBeans and while I prefer to use GlassFish as a container I find myself using Tomcat quite a bit. Unfortunately the debugging connection between NetBeans and Tomcat can sometimes be less than perfect.

NetBeans License Magic

As a general rule I don’t include license information at the top of each source file (I’m sure a lawyer would be outraged)¬† because no one but me should ever see the source. I’ve recently started work on an open source project though so I thought I’d best investigate how to get NetBeans to automatically …

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JavaFX 2.0 and Maven – Part 2

The previous part of this article covered how to set up a Maven project for JavaFX 2.0 and how to provide the required dependency. This part of the article will show you how to build a runnable jar file.

JavaFX 2.0 and Maven

I decided to have a bit of a play with JavaFX 2.0 the other day as we have a project coming up that may be a good candidate for using it. My first impression of JavaFX 2.0 is generally very positive, it’s a lot like Swing with the sharp edges knocked off. I’d like to …

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