about netbeans 6.0. can one use it to build and debug and run an applet?

Discussion in 'Java' started by Nasser Abbasi, Jan 18, 2008.

  1. I've downloaded netbeans 6.0 but do not see an option to make an applet. (It
    seems one have to create a project for everything, even if one wants just to
    make a HelloWorld program, and there does not seem to be an Applet project)

    Does any one know how to make an applet in netbeans?

    Is Netbeans supposed to be the best Java IDE to use these days? Any others I
    should look at? I am not looking for something too fancy, just basic
    debugger and editor and GUI builder.

    thanks,
    Nasser
     
    Nasser Abbasi, Jan 18, 2008
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  2. Nasser Abbasi

    Albert Guest

    Re: about netbeans 6.0. can one use it to build and debug and run anapplet?

    On Jan 18, 6:46 pm, "Nasser Abbasi" <> wrote:
    > I've downloaded netbeans 6.0 but do not see an option to make an applet. (It
    > seems one have to create a project for everything, even if one wants just to
    > make a HelloWorld program, and there does not seem to be an Applet project)
    >
    > Does any one know how to make an applet in netbeans?
    >
    > Is Netbeans supposed to be the best Java IDE to use these days? Any others I
    > should look at? I am not looking for something too fancy, just basic
    > debugger and editor and GUI builder.
    >
    > thanks,
    > Nasser


    You sound like a non-professional programmer just like me. For basic
    applications and applets, I would suggest to simply use the "Empty
    Java File" option.
     
    Albert, Jan 18, 2008
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  3. Nasser Abbasi wrote:

    >
    > I've downloaded netbeans 6.0 but do not see an option to make an applet. (It
    > seems one have to create a project for everything, even if one wants just to
    > make a HelloWorld program, and there does not seem to be an Applet project)
    >
    > Does any one know how to make an applet in netbeans?
    >
    > Is Netbeans supposed to be the best Java IDE to use these days? Any others I
    > should look at? I am not looking for something too fancy, just basic
    > debugger and editor and GUI builder.
    >
    > thanks,
    > Nasser
    >
    >

    The Applet template is found in the "new file..." dialog. So create a
    general Java project, and add an applet that way. Read the hints as to
    creating a GUI.

    --
    Sabine Dinis Blochberger

    Op3racional
    www.op3racional.eu
     
    Sabine Dinis Blochberger, Jan 18, 2008
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