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  1. #1
    Denis Guest

    JAVA Development Tools


    Hello Everyone,

    I recently moved into JAVA Development. I had some prior expirience developing
    JAVA, but I always used notepad. I looks like there are some pretty helpful
    tools that are available for Java development today. Can someone advise
    which one is a good one or the bad one, which one is the best one and why,
    and so on? So far, I found several options: JBuilder, Visual Age, Visual
    Cafe, Visual J++, Forte.

    Any comments and suggestions will be greatly appreciated!!!

    Thanks,
    Denis.

  2. #2
    Thomas Skariah Guest

    Re: JAVA Development Tools


    If you just need an editor for java programming with options to run the compiler
    and execute the program, try these :

    http://www.slickedit.com/

    or

    http://www.ultraedit.com/



    "Denis" <denisgur@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >Hello Everyone,
    >
    >I recently moved into JAVA Development. I had some prior expirience developing
    >JAVA, but I always used notepad. I looks like there are some pretty helpful
    >tools that are available for Java development today. Can someone advise
    >which one is a good one or the bad one, which one is the best one and why,
    >and so on? So far, I found several options: JBuilder, Visual Age, Visual
    >Cafe, Visual J++, Forte.
    >
    >Any comments and suggestions will be greatly appreciated!!!
    >
    >Thanks,
    >Denis.



  3. #3
    Ilana Guest

    Re: JAVA Development Tools


    You should take a look at Simplicity for Java. It has an intuitive interface
    that is great for GUI building. Also, it has an automatic coder that really
    writes code for you, rather than just showing you where to put your own code.
    It will really help to make your projects go faster. For more advanced
    applications you should look at Simplicity Professional, which has tools
    for database integration, servlet development, and cross-platform testing.
    Definitely worth a look.

    www.datarepresentations.com

    Ilana

    "Denis" <denisgur@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >Hello Everyone,
    >
    >I recently moved into JAVA Development. I had some prior expirience developing
    >JAVA, but I always used notepad. I looks like there are some pretty helpful
    >tools that are available for Java development today. Can someone advise
    >which one is a good one or the bad one, which one is the best one and why,
    >and so on? So far, I found several options: JBuilder, Visual Age, Visual
    >Cafe, Visual J++, Forte.
    >
    >Any comments and suggestions will be greatly appreciated!!!
    >
    >Thanks,
    >Denis.



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