CODAPPS: How to install NetBeans and the Codename One plugin on a MAC
1. Installing NetBeans
Your MAC needs to run OS X 10.7 (Lion) or a more recent version. Find out the OS X version of your MAC.
Click on “Accept License Agreement”.
Download the file “jdk-8u151-nb-8_2-macosx-x64.dmg” (see below)
Find the file you downloaded on your computer and click on it to install.
|you might need administrator rights to install software on your MAC!|
Now that we have NetBeans installed, let’s add the Codename One plugin.
2. Adding the plugin "Codename One" to NetBeans
Open NetBeans. In the menu, select Tools → Plugins.
In the windows opening, select “Available plugins”.
Plugins can be listed alphabetically by clicking on the column “name”, that makes them easier to find.
Search for “Codename One”.
Select the Codename One plugin by ticking the box on the left.
Click on “Install” and follow the instructions.
3. Restart NetBeans to finish the installation
Congratulations, you are ready to create your first mobile app!
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