NetBeans has integration with Maven, enabling you to run Maven commands. Besides building and cleaning the project, you can run the web application in an embedded web server.
Select the project in the Projects view.
NetBeans will show common Maven goals inside the Navigator view:Navigator view
Double-click a goal to execute it.
You can run the web application in an embedded web server by running the appropriate goal for your technology stack.
|Technology Stack||Embedded Server||Goal to Run|
CDI / Java EE
While the server is running, when you edit and save any source files, the server notices the change and redeploys the web application. You can also enable live reload.
To stop the server, click the "stop" button in the Output view:
As running the web application is a frequent task during development, you may want to bind such a Maven goal to an IDE action.
To associate the Run project action with a Maven goal to start the server, proceed as follows:
Right-click the project in the Projects view and select Properties.
In the Project Properties window, select.
Type the goal to start the web server in Execute Goals:
jetty:run(plain Java project),
tomee:run(CDI project), or
spring-boot:run(Spring Boot project).
You can now deploy and run the web application by clicking the "run" icon in the toolbar:
You can repeat the process to bind the same Maven goal to the Debug project IDE action, as well.
If the Vaadin application was created with the project wizard or a Maven archetype, you should be able to access it at localhost:8080.
With the above configuration, you can now use NetBeans to develop your Vaadin application with Maven.
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