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Make Programming Easy using IDE

Integrated Development Environments (IDE) provide benefits to programmers that plain text editors cannot match. IDEs can parse source code as it is typed, giving it a syntactic understanding of the code. This allows advanced features like code generators, auto-completion, refactoring, and debuggers. Here are the best-of-breed Java IDEs.

Eclipse is a free IDE that has taken the Java industry by storm. Built on a plugin architecture, Eclipse is highly extensible and customizable. Third-party vendors have embraced Eclipse and are increasingly providing Eclipse integration. Eclipse is built on its own SWT GUI library. Eclipse excels at refactoring, J2EE support, and plugin support. The only current weakness of Eclipse is its lack of a Swing or SWT GUI designer.

The eclipse platform provides tool developers with ultimate flexibility and control over their software technology.

2) NetBeans :

Netbeans is a free IDE backed by Sun Microsystems. It is the main competitor of Eclipse. Netbeans is built on a plugin architecture, and it has respectable third-party vendor support. The main advantage of Netbeans over Eclipse is Netbean’s excellent GUI designer. It includes syntax highlighting and language support for Java, JSP, XML/XHTML, visual design tools, code generators, ant and CVS support.

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This entry was posted on October 18, 2011 by in IDE.


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