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Where can I find Javadoc for the IDE and Platform?
There is no separate set of Javadoc for the NetBeans Platform. However, as the Platform is just a subset of the IDE, the Javadoc for the IDE will apply.
You can browse the Javadoc online (this link always points to the latest development version).
You can also download the Javadoc for a particular NetBeans release:
Go to the nightly build download site: http://bits.netbeans.org/dev/nightly/
Click the link for the build you want.
Add "zip/" to the end of the URL in your browser’s address bar and hit enter. In other words, the complete URL might look like this: http://bits.netbeans.org/dev/nightly/2010-06-11_00-01-15/zip/
There are about a dozen links on that page. The one you want begins with
netbeans-trunk-nightlyand ends with
-javadoc.zip; click that link to download the Javadoc archive.
Finally, you can go to the update center (Tools > Plugin Manager) in the NetBeans IDE and request the NetBeans API Documentation module, which bundles Javadoc matching your IDE release. Use Help > Javadoc References (View > Documentation Indices in NetBeans 5.x) to see the overview pages for API sets currently used by your open projects. The IDE should also automatically display this Javadoc in code completion popups.
Applies to: NetBeans 5.x, 6.x, 7.x
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This page was exported from http://wiki.netbeans.org/DevFaqGeneralWhereIsJavadoc , that was last modified by NetBeans user Anebuzelsky on 2011-12-22T17:26:33Z.
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