Get a daily development build of NetBeans IDE 8.0 and then go to Tools | Plugins to install the WildFly plugin, created by some of our friends at Red Hat.
Here's the location of the daily development build:
Then you can deploy apps to WildFly from NetBeans IDE and see the deployed artifacts in the Servers node:
Emmanuel Hugonnet, who's driving this effort inside Red Hat, reports that the WildFly plugin is currently almost as complete as the NetBeans support for GlassFish. Some work remains to be done on data sources, but in general the plugin is in good shape.