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Visix Vibe vs. stadard Java

I have standalone multiplatform application.
I used standard Java API 1.1 for the first version of this app. It was quite successful.
Now I am choosing development environment for the second version from two available choices: Visix Vibe or some IDE with support of JDK 1.1 (Symantec Visual Cafe for example).
Have you any experience with Visix Vibe? What can you say about it?
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blacklionAuthor Commented:
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remboCommented:

Visix's Vibe product is a pretty decent IDE, but I really
recommend the Visual Cafe Pro product.  It has support for
beans and drag and drop database support.  It's component
library is fairly impressive.  The only issue I have with
the Visual Cafe is that if you just want to write your
own applet from scratch, it's kind of a pain.  

VIBE's component library is not as good, and I don't have
the version with database support, but I've heard that the
dbAnywhere is simpler to use.

-Tony

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