Implemented features fall into these categories :
For a detailed walkthrough describing the feautures accompanied with pictures, see the User Guide
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Maven projects are recognized in the IDE by the Mevenide module. No synchronization is needed since the module retrieves and stores data directly to/from Maven project files.
All kind of sources and resources easily accessible.
Dependencies recognized and code completion database created on the fly.
Jar Override Support for dependecies
Updates dynamically once project files are edited.
Direct integration with menu action and keyboard shotcuts for Build/Rebuild/Clean etc. See how to customize what gets run in the IDE.
List of all available goals - plugin-defined ones as well as custom ones for project.
Possibility to define your own goal-launching popup menu.
Output to the output window. For compilation and tests hyperlinking to errors.
Pmd, checkstyle, findbugs and announcement reports also accessible from the output window along with annotations in the editor.
Executes maven as external process. Slower invokation.
Visual customization of Maven project.
Locating the definitions is easy without searching multiple files, possible to move between location easily.
Creation of new Maven projects from templates.
Lists all current plugins and their properties.
Currently not all pages are implemented.
Able to run the project or single classes.
Able to run test suite or single test from IDE.
Can debug the application, a single class or single test.
J2ee applications can be deployed on Netbeans defined servers.
For web applications, it's possible to deploy to a web server using Cargo. It currently supports Resin, Orion, Tomcat etc.
Currently the IDE can only attach to the debugged JVM it starts. Later IDE can also listen etc.