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NetBeans Java EE Tip #1 – Entity Classes From Database

The NetBeans IDE is an excellent choice for developing applications of all kind.  Specifically, I use it on a daily basis for developing and maintaining Java EE applications.  Not only has Java EE become much more productive over the past few releases, but the NetBeans IDE has also reduced the time that it takes to develop an application…making Java EE ...

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Running Eclipse Neon on a Custom Java 9 Image

I’ve started tinkering with the creation of custom Java binary runtime image files. An image file is a configuration of modules packaged up as a runtime platform. The default image contains, basically, everything that makes up the Java runtime. A custom image can contain some subset of that. I created, for example, an image that includes only the “compact 3” profile, ...

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How to Clone Git Repositories with JGit

Whatever you plan to do with an existing repository, first a clone has to be created. Whether you plan to contribute or just want to peek at its history, a local copy of the repository is needed. While cloning a repository with JGit isn’t particularly difficult, there are a few details that might be worth noting. And because there are ...

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Eclipse IDE on JDK 9 Early Access with Project Jigsaw

I wrote a few weeks ago about getting Eclipse Neon running on Java 9 (though, I had mistakenly and embarrassingly left “Mars” in the title of the post). It’s worth noting that the steps that I laid out also apply to the JDK 9 Early Access with Project Jigsaw (Java modularity) builds. Eclipse Neon works on Jigsaw. I’ve been using this combination for real development ...

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Clean Sheet – an Ergonomic Eclipse Theme for Windows 10

Clean Sheet is an ergonomic Eclipse theme for Windows 10. It has been attuned to lessen visual fatigue and eyestrain, based on a clean and low glare look and feel. It incorporates well-balanced color selections that offer harmonic syntax highlighting and focus on readability. Along with custom scrollbars, it additionally strives to satisfy unobtrusively contemporary aesthetic demands. This post explains ...

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Ctrl+1 in the Eclipse XML Editor

The XML Editor is included in several of the Eclipse IDE downloads. It has two view modes: in design mode, you can edit your XML as a tree; in source mode, you edit as text. By default, it opens in design mode, which may seem a little weird (I’ve added Bug 480036 to the list of EclipseCon Europe 2015 Hackathon bugs ...

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Eclipse Mars: Grails 3.1 with Gradle, Groovy and GSP Support

What if you want to develop Grails 3 projects with Eclipse Mars (4.5) as easy as you did with Groovy/Grails Tool Suite or previous Eclipse versions? Written and tested with Eclipse Mars.1 Release (4.5.1, build 20150924-1200) and Grails 3.1.0 M1. The Eclipse landscape for Grails 3 development is a bit shady. Yes, the Getting Set Up in an IDE documentation of ...

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