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JBuilder & IntelliJ IDEA

Unnsse Khan
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I am interested in some of the capabilities of these particular IDEs...

IntelliJ IDEA:

1. Does it include support for Performance Profiling & Memory profiling? (or is plug-in required?)

2. Does it have JSF & Struts built-in support (or does one have to use a particular plug-in)?

3. Does it provide automatic code tips, code coach, and wizards?

4. Is this IDE productive to the engineer?

5. Can this support Oracle10g AS?


1. Does it contain collaborative features? (team synchronization, support for code synchronization)? For use in for example, XP styled programming?

2. Is this IDE productive to the engineer?

3. Can this support Oracle10g AS?

I've been researching this and it seems like JBuilder is most capable IDE to this day! (Please no more IDE wars, just seeking constructive insight).

With thanks!
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