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Your best IDE for Java Programming ?

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by etch, Sep 24, 2008.

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  1. etch

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    so , whats ur best IDE for java programming ? there r many i know , just wanna know what's the most common IDE among all java developers ..
     
  2. Chicon

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    Hi etch,

    NetBeans is my favourite one. It is also the IDE I use on my work place. Some of my collaborators prefer Eclipse which is good too.
     
  3. jdean

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    I've used Eclipse for years.

    If you want to spend money on an IDE, IntelliJ has a great reputation.
     
  4. etch

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    actually i myself use eclipse for almost 3 years now ... i find netbeans cool also ,, tried JDeveloper when i started java programming , but i found it so slow and would waste my time just to load a piece of a program ...

    thx jdean and chicon for ur replies .. :)
     
  5. shannon08

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    Eclipse is my favorite!
     
  6. etch

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    thats cool shannon , but have u tried to use any other IDE before ?
     
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