Perfect Workflow in NetBeans

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Meeting NetBeans

01:18

1.Introduction
1 lesson, 01:18

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1.1
Meeting NetBeans
01:18

2.Getting Started
4 lessons, 30:03

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2.1
Install and Create First Project
05:48

2.2
Basic IDE Functions & Settings
08:33

2.3
PHP-Specific Settings
08:06

2.4
PHPUnit Specific Settings & Our First Tests
07:36

3.Project Management
3 lessons, 25:22

3.1
Creating Different Types Of Projects
09:56

3.2
Adding Files and Tests to the Project
06:23

3.3
Project Settings
09:03

4.Working With Code
12 lessons, 1:03:43

4.1
Simple Code Navigation
07:59

4.2
Advanced Code Navigation
04:10

4.3
Code Completion (Auto-Complete)
12:10

4.4
Code Formatter Settings
12:15

4.5
Using and Writing Code Templates
04:21

4.6
Code Template 1: Let's Play with Variables
06:32

4.7
Code Template 2: Private Function with Parameters
02:46

4.8
Code Template 3: Quickly Dump Your Variables
03:46

4.9
Code Hints
03:24

4.10
Code Hint 1: Create Method and Create Field
02:02

4.11
Code Hint 2: Implement Required Methods
01:58

4.12
Code Hint 3: Surround Your Code with Expressions
02:20

5.Advanced Features
11 lessons, 1:00:38

5.1
Extending Hints with Templates
03:31

5.2
Generators
04:56

5.3
Basic Macro Functionality
03:01

5.4
Writing Complex Macros
04:22

5.5
Useful Macro 1: Add Semicolon at the End of Line
06:11

5.6
Useful Macro 2: Add -> or = at the End of a Line
03:42

5.7
Useful Macro 3: Change Public Method to Private
04:10

5.8
Advanced Find and Replace
03:25

5.9
Rename Refactoring
04:13

5.10
Essential Plugins
16:16

5.11
Working With a Versioning System
06:51

6.Conclusion
1 lesson, 00:29

6.1
Final Thoughts
00:29


Preview for Perfect Workflow in NetBeans
Lessons:
32
Length:
3 hours
I had my first contact with computers in the mid-80s when I visited my father at work. Probably it was an important moment for what I am doing now. I am a proud member of an agile team working for a company called Syneto. Through my carrier I programmed in several programming languages and I had the chance to learn and use daily all the major Agile techniques from Scrum to Lean and from TDD to DDD. Since August 2012 I am sharing my knowledge with the Nettuts+ readers by articles, tutorials and premium courses, all about programming.
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