Clicking on the Add button automatically installs the plugin. We can then run our
project on the Chrome browser and any changes we make to the markup will be
instantly reflected on the browser.
As we can see in this screenshot, when running our application through the
NetBeans connector, Chrome displays a message alerting us of the fact.
In this chapter, we learned how to download and install NetBeans.
We also learned how to set up NetBeans with third-party Java EE application servers
and with third-party relational database systems, including how to register a JDBC
driver for the RDBMS in question.
We built and deployed our first Java EE application by using one of the sample
projects included by NetBeans.
Finally, we covered some of the NetBeans' features such as code completion, code
templates, keyboard shortcuts, and visual cues that allow us to do our job more
effectively as software developers.