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Best Eclipse tutorials from IBM

Posted on: October 23, 2007

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Eclipse or NetBeans, which one would you suggest?

AOA Adnan!

Both are great part of Java armory and come with many benefits. I have used both of these IDEs and the experience is great. For starters NetBeans is good, because it is conveniently easy to use. When one got his hand well dirty in development in this IDE then he should take the taste of Eclipse. Eclipse seems to be powerful then NetBeans due to its plugin support. Most of Open source libraries and software providers have provided their relevant plugins to You can easily find plugin related to your development and can make your life easier in Eclipse. But I can’t forget NetBeans, I can see it Matisse plugin for developing Swing GUI application, and now NetBeans latest version shipped with web application developer, which is like drag and drop development, very easy to use.

Using IDE effectively really foster productiviy in work, regardless of whether it is NetBeans or Eclise. But some one should use these both. In Lahore, I noticed most of software houses are using Eclipse IDE.

Well as you questioned I am unable to tell the answer that which IDE I recommend, but you can tell me little bit more about your requirements then we will dig out which IDE is continently provide those.

Any comments?

Must see:
Demo of visual web development using NetBeans:
Other demons:

waslam Tahir and Salam back to you.

Thanks for in-depth review of both IDEs. Basically I have been looking for J2EE and j2ME projects. A friend of mine uses IntelliJ IDEA but it didn’t impress me much. NetBeans seems to have a good support of j2ME and J2ee kind of projects. Specially for j2me since it provides WYSIWYG tool for puttin controls.

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