August 15, 2005
Debugging Java Applications
The Java NetBeans IDE has plenty of support for troubleshooting and optimizing applications. Its built-in debugging support allows you to step through your code incrementally and monitor aspects of the running application, such as values of variables, the current sequence of method calls, the status of different threads, and the creation of objects. In this sample book chapter, you'll learn about NetBeans debugging features, so you can get your code working right as fast as possible.