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  1. Ha-Nocri

    Ha-Nocri New Member

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    Hi ppl,

    I was using Borland JBuilder to write Java programs before, but I know there are many other tools. What is your favorite and the best out there?
     
  2. baker556

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    visio studio for stuff like asp.net all java orientated.
     
  3. analogmonster

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    I just use eclipse. but it's the only IDE I have used besides VB and netbeans, neither of which I use for Java.
     
  4. greenman

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    I’m using eclipse since 2 years now. I have used eclipse to develop enterprise java applications.
     
  5. JohnnyCash

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    Hi,
    Spring is one of the "web" frameworks that try to be everything to everyone. However, it is not a bad job. If you are involved in a major project, the spring gives you a nice functionality out of the box without having to take the path coding standards.
     
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    I've used BlueJ from the beginning. It's quite good. :)
     
  7. littlelordlevelup

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    I always used Eclipse and found it to be good enough. Also it is free and many SDKs build upon it with extra plugins, etc. It does have issues though. NetBeans is definitely a good alternative, and a lot of people prefer it. I personally haven't used it enough to recommend it over Eclipse. Also, one colleague always used to recommend IntelliJ Idea - but I don't know that it would be worth paying for and am not sure how good the Community Edition is.

    In summary my vote is for Eclipse!
     
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    I like netbeans but Eclipse is also acceptable. Depends what you want to do. If it's just pure Java I would go with Netbeans, but that's because I am more familiar with it.
     
  9. Alexander Dietzel

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    I recommend JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA
     
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    i have been using eclipse , Planning to use Android Studio for my android projects.
     
  11. Emil Henningsen

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    The IntelliJ IDEA is great!
     
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    Netbeans/Visual/Notepad++ lol
     
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    Visual, but I don't do much of Java besides Game Developing. But test them all out, depends on your project and demands.
     
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    If you're also on about text editors, I would DEFINITELY recommed Sublime-Text above anything else. It can actually be used as a compiler as well if you got a make file ;D
     
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