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prabhu kandanur
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Hi can anyone tell/guide
where i can get (free download - evalusion version) best/good Rapid Application Development Tool (IDE) for java application. Just drag and drop components and write code
prabhu
 
Raja Sagar Panamgipalli
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Hi,
I think JBuilder is a good IDE especially JB9.0 has similar functionings with respect to the Visual Basic in VStudio.
It has a simple drag n drop feature in case one wishes to develop Swing application.

Sagar
[ January 27, 2004: Message edited by: Jim Yingst ]
 
s choukse
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Hi
I agree that JBuilder 9 is an extreamly good and efficient IDE but in my opinion for start IDE like IntelliJ Idea(not free) or NetBeans(free) will be better.
-Saurabh
 
Dirk Schreckmann
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Moving this to the IDEs and Other Tools forum...
 
Alexis Sumalpong
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Originally posted by s choukse:
Hi
I agree that JBuilder 9 is an extreamly good and efficient IDE but in my opinion for start IDE like IntelliJ Idea(not free) or NetBeans(free) will be better.
-Saurabh

I use NetBeans for GUI-related projects and generic stuff. Eclipse for some other stuff. Likha DevCentre for Java web apps using Tomcat.
 
Gabriel White
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Jbuilder 9 download
 
Jeroen Wenting
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Originally posted by s choukse:
Hi
I agree that JBuilder 9 is an extreamly good and efficient IDE but in my opinion for start IDE like IntelliJ Idea(not free) or NetBeans(free) will be better.
-Saurabh

For starting programmers there is no better IDE than a command shell, a simple text editor and a commandline compiler.
Learn to walk before you run, learn to land before you take off solo, learn to swim before you dive.
 
Mark Vedder
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I agree with Jeroen. Take a look at this thread for some more discussion on the subject and some recommendations.
 
R Jelda
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I say ECLIPSE ECLIPSE..
Jelda
 
Fizal
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Is Eclipse a free software? Where can I find it on the net?
 
Lasse Koskela
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Originally posted by Fizal:
Is Eclipse a free software? Where can I find it on the net?

Eclipse is free. There's also a $30 "enterprise" version named MyEclipseIDE. Eclipse is also the foundation for IBM's WSAD (costs a fortune).
 
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