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Maven Recommended

The recommended way to use ZK in NetBeans is to import a maven project. Reference this document for sample pom file.


Icon info.png Notice: REM is no longer being maintained by its provider and can't work with NetBeans 12 or above. The following sections apply to older NetBeans versions only.

Install NetBeans REM

REM is a NetBeans module for ZK application development contributed by Mr. Sotohiro Terashima.

Install NetBeans

Download the latest NetBeans IDE and install

Install REM plugin

  1. Download the latest REM plugin

  2. Start NetBeans

  3. On NetBeans' main menu bar, select Tools > Plugins.

  4. Click on the "Downloaded" tab, followed by "Add Plugins" to open the file explore
    ZKInstallationGuide NetBeans AddPlugins.png

  5. Navigate to where REM is downloaded and select the REM plugin

  6. Click "Install" and follow the NetBeans plugin manager prompts
    ZKInstallationGuide NetBeans InstallPlugin.png

Create a New ZK Project

  1. On NetBeans main menu bar, select "New Project"

  2. On the New Project wizard under "Categories", select "Java Web"
    ZKInstallationGuide NetBeans SelectNewZKProject.png

  3. Confirm and create a new ZK project.
    ZKInstallationGuide NetBeans CreateNewZKProject.png

  4. Select the ZK project folder, and right click "Run" to deploy the project on Glassfish
    ZKInstallationGuide NetBeans RunZKProject.png

Deploy the ZK Demo Project

  1. On NetBeans main menu bar, select "New Project"

  2. On the New Project wizard under "Categories", expand the "Samples" folder and select "Java Web"
    ZKInstallationGuide NetBeans SelectNewZKProject.png

  3. Select "ZK505 Demo Project" under "Projects"

  4. Select the ZK demo project and right click to select "Run" to deploy the ZK demo
    ZKInstallationGuide NetBeans RunZKDemo.png

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