Wednesday Mar 07, 2012

JPA Code Completion Coming to NetBeans IDE

Over at Geertjan's Blog (click here for article), he details one of the latest additions to the NetBeans daily builds: JPA code completion. I can't help but be excited about the timesaving features this brings to the table!

Being able to see your named queries in NetBeans 7.2 when calling EntityManager.createNamedQuery() is a really slick feature. Being able to CTRL-mouseover the named query (once selected) to see the underlying SQL is equally nice! Sanity checks while coding are ALWAYS welcome.  :-)

Some time back, I dipped my toe into the NetBeans world and found it nice but not overly compelling, choosing to use Eclipse for all Java development of any import. Now, I can't remember the last time I fired up Eclipse.

If you aren't already using NetBeans, visit the NetBeans website to download it and give it a try. It doesn't do everything for all people, but you'd be surprised at all it can do (and will in upcoming versions)...

All the best,
Mark
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Your Java Jungle guide is Mark Heckler, a Software Architect/ Engineer and Oracle Developer Evangelist with development experience in numerous environments. Mark's current pursuits and passions all revolve around Java, the Cloud, & the IoT, and leave little time to blog or tweet - but somehow, he finds time to do both anyway.

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