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How to Fix the “Invalid jdkhome” Error Message on NetBeans Load

For NetBeans IDE users: Whenever you upgrade/downgrade your JAVA installation, more often than not you will encounter an error message when firing up NetBeans that essentially complains about not being able to locate the JAVA installation in the specified jdkhome… Continue Reading →

How to Source Format multiple files in NetBeans

The Alt+Shift+F or Source->Format option is one of my favourite functions in the NetBeans IDE, because it immediately makes my tangled spaghetti page of variables and logic look like a beautifully crafted and carefully laid out piece of code. Prior… Continue Reading →

How to Quickly Increase or Descrease the Font Size in NetBeans IDE

NetBeans IDE lets you quickly and easily develop Java desktop, mobile, and web applications, while also providing great tools for PHP and C/C++ developers. It is free and open source and has a large community of users and developers around… Continue Reading →

How to Install NetBeans 7.0.1 in Ubuntu 11.10

I quite enjoy using the free to use NetBeans as my PHP editor/IDE of choice, more info on which can be found at the offical website: http://netbeans.org/. This is a quick step through of how to install the latest stable… Continue Reading →

Ubuntu: How to Install NetBeans IDE for PHP Development

I enjoy using the powerful NetBeans IDE for all my PHP web development work, and believe it or not, installing it in Ubuntu is actually pretty simple to achieve.

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