NetBeans is a very useful IDE that supports the development of many languages Macs. In the first article, I explained how to do the installati. Here, in Part II, well show how to start writing and learning HTML
Summary of Part I
NetBeans is written in Java, and in the first article, I'm going to be able to use it. showed how to install Java 8 then NetBeans 8.2
[How to Install NetBeans to Write and Debug HTML Your Mac for Free, Part I ]
There, I discussed the incvenience of cfiguring a traditial web server, either your Mac or with a service – probably to a lower cost for the latter with a reputable company. Then I explained how NetBeans has a locally accessible local web server engine. Then you can use, say, Safari, to test your HTML and CSS.
There are some nuances when it comes to setting up your NetBeans envirment, so let's start.
To start, start NetBeans. In the previous article, I showed how to place it in the Dock, like any other Mac applicati, you should see the startup screen, like this.
NetBeans startup screen.
Some users become immediately overwhelmed here. The trick is to focus the NetBeans File menu at the top left. Select File> New Project
New NetBeans Project
- Under Projects, click HTML5 / JS Applicati.
- Click Next>
the next page, you will name your project and define where …