How to add HTML, PHP and C++ plus other Plugins to Apache NetBeans 9.0 - Programming for the Web
How to add HTML, PHP and C++ plus other Plugins to Apache NetBeans 9.0 on Windows, MacOS and Linux. Also how to download and install a Plugin from the old NetBeans 8.2 Plugin Centre.
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COMMANDS & LINKS:
Gist : https://gist.github.com/JQL/2a3c91ab4996483f7f4ca1ad0ead8dd2
NetBeans IDE 8.2 Plugin Centre : Click on the Gist link above and you'll find the Link for the Plugin Centre in there (this is because YouTube mangles the link in these notes).
NetBeans Transition from Oracle: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NETBEANS/Apache+Transition
Apache Transition Documentation: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/NETBEANS/Apache+Transition
Suggested Plugins to install. These are from my Full NetBeans 8.2 installation, some will already be installed on your system (no User-Installed plugins):
CSS Source Model
EJB and EAR
Editor Indentation Support
Embedded Browser UI - JavaFX WebView
External Libraries UI
Groovy and Grails
INI File Editor Support
Java EE Base
Java ME Common Ant Tasks
Java ME Core
Java ME Keystore Management
Java ME Project
JavaFX 2 Scene Builder
JavaFX 2 Support
Knockout HTML Editor
NetBeans Plugin Development
Oracle JET Support
PHP Static Analysis
REST HTML5 Client
RESTful Web Services
SOAP Web Services
Spellchecker English Dictionaries
Spring Web MVC
Symfony 2/3 Framework
Symfony Framework (legacy)
XML Entity Catalog UI
Zend Framework 2
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John has been working with computers for longer than he cares to remember. John trained as a Systems Analyst/Programmer, has also worked as a Systems Administrator on Windows Servers and Workstations and has been dabbling with Linux since the mid-1990s.