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In this section we start with the practice on installing, configuring, testing and using NetBeans, a very nice full features, an open source multilingual Integrated Development Environment (IDE) on Windows machine. We start using NetBeans by compiling some Java program samples. On the way we also explained the fundamental of Java GUI programming from the plain old Java codes such as Java frames, containers, panels and so on. Other Java GUI components such as swing also included in the Java desktop GUI application development tutorials, briefly.

After getting familiar with NetBeans IDE and the basic of Java programming using plain codes and the GUI components, we added another standard element in the Java applications, a database. We start with the Java DB, (Derby database) and then tried converting the Derby to using MySQL database. The main purpose of this section is to be familiar with the IDE, the Java fundamentals and the database objects which typically found in the Java enterprise and web applications. At the end of the practice, we combined all the elements: Java desktop GUI and the database presented in the working Java project application development. On the next tutorial we will upgrade our skill by exploring the Java visual web application with database.

 

 

 

 

 

NetBeans IDE, Java GUI components and databases

  1. Install, test and use Java NetBeans 6.x.x – for commercial grade Java applications development including GUI, enterprise and web applications. Keep in mind that Netbeans comes with its own web server and Java database. This is 'similar' to Java Studio, seemed will be dumped by Sun.

  2. NetBeans 6.x.x and MySQL database: Make connection, execute SQL statements and scripts.

  3. NetBeans 6.x.x and MySQL database: Another practice.

  4. NetBeans 6.x.x and Java Desktop GUI 1: The Fundamentals.

  5. NetBeans 6.x.x and Java Desktop GUI 2: Another Practice.

  6. NetBeans 6.x.x, Java desktop GUI and database (Derby): Combining All Together for Desktop Application.

The Java Desktop GUI application with MySQL database

  1. NetBeans 6.x.x, Java desktop GUI and MySQL apps: Java Desktop GUI project part 1.

  2. NetBeans 6.x.x, Java desktop GUI and MySQL apps: Java Desktop GUI project part 2.

  3. NetBeans 6.x.x, Java desktop GUI and MySQL apps: Java Desktop GUI project part 3.

  4. How-to move the NetBeans Java GUI database project to another machine.

 

 
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