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Java EE developer Arun Gupta shows how to get started using the Java EE 6 and GlassFish 3 support in the NetBeans IDE.
Part 2 of this series shows how to read database tables using Java Persistence API 2.
Part 3 of the Getting Started with Java EE and GlassFish series shows how to use Facelets with JavaServer Faces 2.
Part 4 shows how to use Contexts and Dependency Injections with JSF 2.
The final part of this Java EE and GlassFish with NetBeans series shows how to create RESTful Web Services using JAX-RS.
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4.4 years ago
It was really useful.</p>
Compared to eclipse tutorials Netbeans tutorials are always more concrete and usefull.
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