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most common integrated development environment (IDE) in the business world today?

 
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what is most common integrated development environment (IDE) in the business world today?
is it JBuilder? or something else?
 
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I don't know abt the most integrated IDE, but Java GEL is good.
 
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I like IBM�s Visual Age for Java. I know it's been discontinued.
 
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I love IntellijIdea from JetBrains.
Link to IDE page
 
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Originally posted by Rama Ituarte:
I like IBM�s Visual Age for Java. I know it's been discontinued.


What do u mean by discontinued?
can u be more clear?
do u mean to say that no one uses it any longer?if so, why?
thanks
 
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IBM decided to promote Websphere Studio Application Developer (WSAD) in place of Visual Age For Java. WSAD is based on open source Eclipse (http://www.eclipse.org) project.
 
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Sorry Ahoo, but I have to move this thread. The question isn't regarding the SJCD.
I am going to move this to IDE's forum
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Hardly scientific but I've seen more people using the Microsoft Visual family of products than anything else.
While it wasn't part of the original question, everyone else is pitching their favorite IDE's as well. Mine is Metrowerks CodeWarrior. Besides Java, CW also supports coding in C, C++ and assembler. CW is hosted on Windows, MacOS, Solaris and Linux. You can get versions that target all those platforms as well as PalmOS, a game system or two and embeded systems. This is a plus for me as I am also a PalmOS developer.
The availabiltiy of CW on all those platforms is great for Java debugging as you can bring the IDE and source level debugger to the various platforms.
[ November 25, 2002: Message edited by: Andrew Fischer ]
 
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