JET Application – Generate with Yeoman – Debug in NetBeans by Andrejus Baranovskis



Let’s take a look today how to debug JET application (tested with JET 2.2.0) which is initially generated with Yeoman. We could debug in NetBeans, but by default application generated with Yeoman is not runnable in NetBeans, we need to add manually some config files – I will describe how. Also note – JET application created with NetBeans can’t be directly served with grunt from command line, it also would require manual changes in the config. It would be nice if Oracle would make JET applications generated with Yeoman automatically runnable in NetBeans and vice versa.

I would recommend to read Geertjan post on similar topic – Avoiding Hiccups in Building Oracle JET Applications. My point is different though – I describe how to run application generated with Yeoman in NetBeans without using grunt command, to be able to use NetBeans debugger for sources in src folder.
I will go step by step through the process (first I would recommend to go through JET Getting Started):
1. JET application creation with Yeoman and build with Grunt
2. Manual configuration to be able to open such application in NetBeans
3. JET CSS config to be able to run such application in NetBeans
1. JET application creation with Yeoman and build with Grunt
Run command: yo oraclejet basicjetapp –template=basic. This creates simple JET application with one module: Read the complete article here.

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