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Java IDE tools

Hello All,

I am new to Java area. I would like to know the JAVA IDE tools available in the market. what are the popular java Editors? Could you please inform me the Java IDE tools, so that i can download them and practice.

Regards,
Ravi
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CEHJCommented:
Eclipse
Netbeans
JBuilder
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phuocnhCommented:
Oracle JDeveloper http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/jdev/index.html
You can download and try it unlimitly. However, it is a commercial software.
Sun Java Studio Creator http://developers.sun.com/prodtech/javatools/jscreator/downloads/
BlueJ (Free software for teaching):http://www.bluej.org/about/what.html
Visual Cafe (WebGain and Symantec).
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colr__Commented:
I'd highly reccomend you go down the Netbeans path. Its quoted by Sun in recent surveys as the most popular Java IDE on the market. Its free and fully integrates with all the major J2EE suites, including JBoss, Sun App Server, Websphere...

If you've used Dreamweavre before, then youll be familiar with code completion - Netbeans implements this for the java code you write, and will even complete code for classes you've implemented yourself.

colr__
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mindwalkrCommented:
I use Eclipse for a long time and it doesn't let me down.
Debugging is a snap, the IDE is fast and stable (at least version 3.1 is) and it has plenty of plugins for almost everything!
I used NetBeans 4 years ago but it was quite slow, maybe today it's better.

Eclipse has lots and lots of little details and configurable bits, as well as a long list of key shortcuts, that when mastered will speed up your productivity tenfold!!

Until Eclipse can't do something I need, I'll keep on using it
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colr__Commented:
I have to admit, when I was sourcing a good J2EE IDE a couple of years ago, I did try Ecplise and I couldnt get it to work! For that reason only I tried and continue to use Netbeans. I was probably missing something obvious, but there were a number of configuration steps I had to apply to get Eclipse setup, which I failed to get working.

colr__
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Mayank SAssociate Director - Product EngineeringCommented:
I've found Eclipse 3.1.2 to be much faster and less memory-seeking than Netbeans 5.0
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Mayank SAssociate Director - Product EngineeringCommented:
>> I did try Ecplise and I couldnt get it to work
>> but there were a number of configuration steps I had to apply to get Eclipse setup, which I failed to get working

Surprising :) I found it easier so I left Netbeans and started with Eclipse. Post a Q about the configuration steps and we'll help ;)
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colr__Commented:
Yeh, I might do that (not at the moment though). Ive been using netbeas for over a year now and was happy with it, but id like to at least try eclipse.

cheers, colr__
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