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Which tool is advisable to develop java applications..

 
sreekanth rach
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Hi Friends!!
'am using Java+HTML+JavaScript+JDBC+Servlet+TomcatServer+Oracle..
just takenup a small module & already started developing java applications in MS-DOS EDITOR..
for developing java applications which tool is advisable..
firstly, is it a good-practise to use tools like JBuilder etc for developing
java applications..or shall i go-a-head using MS-DOS EDITOR..
at the earliest, could any one suggest me please,
Sreek.
 
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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One word: Eclipse.
See www.eclipse.org.
 
Scott Duncan
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Yes, Eclipse is my favorite. At work, I use WSAD (cost a lot) which is built on top of Eclipse. At home I use Eclipse (free). I have heard good things about NetBeans as well.
 
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