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My Weekly NetBeans Tip (4): Pee You in NetBeans!

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My Weekly NetBeans Tip (4): Pee You in NetBeans!

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Trying to learn all those code templates to get real benefit out of the Java parts of NetBeans IDE. Different ways to structure my learning. One way is simple: take all Java code templates that consist of TWO letters, such as "pu", which expands to "public" and learn all of them, just the two letter ones. These are they:

  • En
  • Ex
  • Ob
  • St
  • ab
  • bo
  • ca
  • cl
  • cn
  • df
  • eq
  • ex
  • fa
  • fi
  • fl
  • fy
  • ie
  • im
  • ir
  • le
  • pe
  • pr
  • pu
  • re
  • st
  • sw
  • sy
  • th
  • tw
  • wh

See? Not so many. :-) The ones I find most useful and will start using:

  • bo
  • St
  • cl
  • ir
  • pu
  • pr
  • re

Wanna know what they mean? Type them in a Java file in NetBeans and then press Tab. Can't do all the work for ya, ya know..

Microservices. Streaming data. Event Sourcing and CQRS. Concurrency, routing, self-healing, persistence, clustering...learn how Akka enables Java developers to do all this out of the box! Brought to you in partnership with Lightbend. 

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