Coding Fun Java Remote run Java on Raspberry Pi, host from NetBeans on Windows 10

Remote run Java on Raspberry Pi, host from NetBeans on Windows 10





This video show how to develop Java application with NetBeans IDE 8.0.2 running on Windows 10, create Remote Java SE platform, remote run/debug on Raspberry Pi/Raspbian.

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8 thoughts on “Remote run Java on Raspberry Pi, host from NetBeans on Windows 10”

  1. FrenZie says:

    Worked perfectly.

  2. it doesn't exist this options on NB 8.2

  3. Berry Jansen says:

    Hallo I followed this tutorial, but it works until the last step of the configuration, I cannot select the remote platform in the project properties. The runtime platform field stays gray and no selection is possible. Any suggestions? I use netbeans IDE 8.2 and use JDK 1.8 (default) profile compact 3, encoding UTF-8

  4. You have to install openJFX on the raspberry to get it working. Search for it on google.

  5. Evry thinks works ,but when i create JavafxXMLApplication i have error class main don't find
    Thinks

  6. Thank you,
    works very well after setting the raspberry pi with the following:
    sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer

  7. Lamine BA says:

    Thank You a lot. I did all thing by Netbeans but the Raspberry didn't work.
    Thank you again and again.

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