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  1. #1
    Marc Bernstein Guest

    IDE Suggestions


    I am a longtime VB developer and have been using Visual Studio IDE (VB and
    Visual Interdev).

    I would like to begin exploring the use of Java as a replacement for my VB
    client executables in addition to using Java to write applets for use in
    my browser-based client applications.

    1. Could you please recommend some good IDEs for Java?
    2. Does anyone know of recent reviews of Java IDEs in trade magazines or
    development web sites?

    Thanks,

    Marc Bernstein

  2. #2
    Ashish patel Guest

    Re: IDE Suggestions


    visual cafe is the best choice.
    VJ++ is the worst choice

    -Ashish patel

    "Marc Bernstein" <mbernstein@cashstation.com> wrote:
    >
    >I am a longtime VB developer and have been using Visual Studio IDE (VB and
    >Visual Interdev).
    >
    >I would like to begin exploring the use of Java as a replacement for my

    VB
    >client executables in addition to using Java to write applets for use in
    >my browser-based client applications.
    >
    >1. Could you please recommend some good IDEs for Java?
    >2. Does anyone know of recent reviews of Java IDEs in trade magazines or
    >development web sites?
    >
    >Thanks,
    >
    >Marc Bernstein



  3. #3
    Ilana Guest

    Re: IDE Suggestions


    You should definitely take a look at Simplicity for Java and Simplicity Professional.
    Free trial downloads are available at www.datarepresentations.com.

    Simplicity for Java has an intuitive interface, a speedy GUI builder, and
    an excellent automatic coding device.

    Simplicity Professional is the same product with added features like a database
    development tool, servlet development, and cross-platform testing.

    Give them a try.

    Ilana

    "Marc Bernstein" <mbernstein@cashstation.com> wrote:
    >
    >I am a longtime VB developer and have been using Visual Studio IDE (VB and
    >Visual Interdev).
    >
    >I would like to begin exploring the use of Java as a replacement for my

    VB
    >client executables in addition to using Java to write applets for use in
    >my browser-based client applications.
    >
    >1. Could you please recommend some good IDEs for Java?
    >2. Does anyone know of recent reviews of Java IDEs in trade magazines or
    >development web sites?
    >
    >Thanks,
    >
    >Marc Bernstein



  4. #4
    Jo Desmet Guest

    Re: IDE Suggestions

    what about the unix prompt, csh scripting and vi (or gvim), thats how I like
    programming ...

    "Marc Bernstein" <mbernstein@cashstation.com> wrote in message
    news:3992cd40$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > I am a longtime VB developer and have been using Visual Studio IDE (VB and
    > Visual Interdev).
    >
    > I would like to begin exploring the use of Java as a replacement for my VB
    > client executables in addition to using Java to write applets for use in
    > my browser-based client applications.
    >
    > 1. Could you please recommend some good IDEs for Java?
    > 2. Does anyone know of recent reviews of Java IDEs in trade magazines or
    > development web sites?
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Marc Bernstein




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