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Netbeans to the Clouds

by Dominik Poetek  • 

NetBeans IDE lets you quickly and easily develop Java desktop, mobile, and web applications, while also providing great tools for PHP developers. Now, with the Jelastic plugin for Netbeans IDE, you can develop, test and deploy your Java and PHP applications directly into the Jelastic cloud.

The Jelastic plugin for Netbeans is a set of software development tools that simplifies the process of application management and development in NetBeans IDE in the form of projects at the Jelastic platform.

The Jelastic plugin for Netbeans makes development of web applications on the Jelastic platform much more convenient, since developers can now log into Jelastic and deploy the app in the cloud right from NetBeans IDE.

The Jelastic plug-in for NetBeans IDE provides you with the following useful functions:

  1. Deploy NetBeans IDE projects to Jelastic
  2. Remove debugging
  3. Manage user environments
  4. Work with application contexts

To learn how to install and use the Jelastic plugin for Netbeans IDE, please see Jelastic’s documentation.

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Dominik Poetek

Dominik Poetek

Head of Escalated Support, ServInt

Dominik Poetek is the Head of Escalation Support at ServInt. He has been a part of ServInt’s Managed Services Team since April of 2004.

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