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Getting started with IntelliJ IDEA and NetBeans

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Alejandro Duarte
Alejandro Duarte
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On Oct 20, 2016 7:07:00 AM
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The latest Vaadin Community Survey showed that Eclipse is still the most used IDE to develop Vaadin applications. IntelliJ and NetBeans, nevertheless, make a not negligible 40% of the share:

Most content out there is tailored to Eclipse users, and although Vaadin is IDE-agnostic, I figured it’d be worthwhile to show how simple it is to set up IntelliJ IDEA and NetBeans with Vaadin. You can find these new videos below and also in the getting started page.

So, if you are a visual learner, watch the videos, try them by yourself, and let me know in the comments section what else you would like to see in future videos.

Getting started with Vaadin in IntelliJ IDEA

Getting started with Vaadin in NetBeans

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Alejandro Duarte
Alejandro Duarte
Software Engineer and Developer Relations Manager at Vaadin Ltd. Author of Practical Vaadin (Apress), Data-Centric Applications with Vaadin 8 (Packt), and Vaadin 7 UI Design by Example (Packt). Passionate about software development with Java and open-source technologies. Contact him on Twitter @alejandro_du or through his personal blog at www.programmingbrain.com.
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