JavaUsing Maven to Build a NetBeans 6.9 CRUD Application

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NetBeans 6.9 provides new support for Maven, including capabilities for building Maven Web applications, Maven enterprise applications, Maven EJB modules and so on. In his JavaBoutique tutorial Building a NetBeans CRUD Application with Maven, Constantin Marian Alin provides step-by-step instructions for using the Maven build framework to create a simple NetBeans Platform application that can create, read, update and delete from/to a database.

Using a demo application called Tennis World Cup, Constantin explains everything involved in:

  1. Configuring Maven for NetBeans
  2. Creating the NetBeans platform application project and NetBeans module
  3. Adding the module as a dependency
  4. Branding the project
  5. Connecting the application to a database
  6. Running the application

When completed, your application will be able to read and write tennis player details from a database (PostgreSQL, in this example).


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