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  1. #1
    netforce Guest

    best java IDE ?

    Hello Java People,

    I am new to java programming. I was wondering if any of you could suggest a
    good java IDE for linux and windows platforms. Also it should be free of
    cost.

    Good luck to you all



  2. #2
    Ray Mercer Guest

    Re: best java IDE ?

    "Netforce",

    > I am new to java programming. I was wondering if any of you could suggest

    a
    > good java IDE for linux and windows platforms. Also it should be free of
    > cost.



    http://www.eclipse.org

    HTH,
    Ray Mercer



  3. #3
    gapr Guest

    Re: best java IDE ?


    "netforce" <echo109@carolina.rr.com> wrote:
    >Hello Java People,
    >
    >I am new to java programming. I was wondering if any of you could suggest

    a
    >good java IDE for linux and windows platforms. Also it should be free of
    >cost.
    >
    >Good luck to you all
    >
    >



    check Sun One Studio, the Comunity edition.

    http://wwws.sun.com/software/sundev/jde/buy/index.html

    or

    http://java.sun.com/

    good luck



  4. #4
    Brooks Guest

    Re: best java IDE ?


    "netforce" <echo109@carolina.rr.com> wrote:
    >Hello Java People,
    >
    >I am new to java programming. I was wondering if any of you could suggest

    a
    >good java IDE for linux and windows platforms. Also it should be free of
    >cost.
    >
    >Good luck to you all
    >
    >

    Definitely try netbeans.org. I've been using it for a couple of months now.
    Picked it up fast and doing jsp/java satisfactorily. Worked with Jbuilder
    4 for about a year but gets expensive to do anything beyond basic. Eclipse
    has good reviews but I'm ex VB and just didn't "get" eclipse - if you are
    coming from unix/linux may be no problem. There is a beginning movement to
    make new modules compatible between netbeans and eclipse. netbeans IS slow.
    But the price is right. Key is the concept of "mounting" files. Basically
    means "point to". Must mount jar files using archive menu item. Enough.
    Good luck.

  5. #5
    Berti Guest

    Re: best java IDE ?


    "netforce" <echo109@carolina.rr.com> wrote:
    >Hello Java People,
    >
    >I am new to java programming. I was wondering if any of you could suggest

    a
    >good java IDE for linux and windows platforms. Also it should be free of
    >cost.
    >
    >Good luck to you all
    >
    >

    Try netbeans.org.


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