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Use IDE ?? Eclipse ?? Netbeans ??

 
Carlos Lacerda
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Hi all, i start my work for SCJD and have a begin question.

What the best IDE to develop my program ??

Netbeans has a proprietary code, this is possible disable this ??


Eclipse is a good option ??? what plugin is used to create a swing app in eclipse ??

Or is indicated don't use of IDEs, code my program without IDE ??

Thanks a lot.
 
Barry Gaunt
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Please search this forum for IDE or Eclipse. This topic has been discussed before and not too long ago.
[ February 16, 2007: Message edited by: Barry Gaunt ]
 
Arno Reper
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Hello,
I resume...
All the code you submit...has to be from you...so you aren't allowed to use a builder or whats ever...
Arno
 
Carlos Lacerda
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Hi tanks for reply, i build all manually.
 
Paul Anilprem
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Hi Carlos,
You can use any IDE you like. Just don't use their GUI builder tools to generate code for GUI. In other words, you must write all the swing code yourself.
 
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