Community developer support

As a developer using NetBeans you can get a variety of help in using the IDE or learning how to extend and build on the platform. Historically most of the users have been using the mailing list as a resource to get their questions answered. Developers involved in key projects that need enterprise level support and services  should be able to purchase professional support from Sun. Most recently, the support team has been publishing a blog where the NetBeans community members could go for tips on how to effectively use NetBeans and become more productive.

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How do I integrate the BreezyGUI package into NetBeans 6.0 IDE so I can import BreezyGUI; In my Java app. projects?

Posted by Richard L Buckley on January 11, 2008 at 03:09 AM PST #

Use the "Properties" context menu on any Java project in the IDE | chose Libraries | Add Library | Manage Libraries | New Library (choose Class Libraries in the dialog's drop down). At that point you could add the runtime library, i.e. BreezyGUI.jar and perhaps the sources and Javadoc. You'll note that the project will display BreezyGUI under the "Libraries" node, you'll be able to see the classes that have been packaged and you can import the package in the IDE, etc.

Posted by Octavian Tanase on January 12, 2008 at 10:34 PM PST #

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