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    Default Does using Eclipse makes the development process easier?

    Does using Eclipse makes the development process easier?

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    Yes .

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    Eclipse is an IDE that makes developing Java applications incredibly easy because of its wealth of features such as code completion and refactoring capabilities ,number of free plugins available to further make development easier.Check out :
    http://www.lucidimagination.com/Comm...e-Solr-Eclipse

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    hallo chris

    at the beginning when you are very new to eclipse the development process may become even more complex, because besides your java problems you have to master the ide in addition. but the look and feel of eclipse is very intuitive so that the development process becomes very fast easier and more efficient then using an editor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris_56 View Post
    Does using Eclipse makes the development process easier?
    I will say yes, for the longest time I been a Emacs person nothing would change me, I tried diffent IDEs and never liked them (I will admit at those times it was C++ I was working with) Well some one suggested I try eclipse, and as I am willing to try anything once I did, I was just blown away with Eclipse it not Emacs, but it is really great for Java programming and I can not imagin not working with it now. Features that I have come to use alot

    Function name compleation (not that big of a deal but nice)
    Refactoring (God I love this function so much)
    Sorting my files by package and not by directory
    Intagrated JavaDoc
    right click -> add missing function stubs (for interfaces and abstract classesm, a feature that is a God send)
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    yes, it is

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    I am a completely beginner and I have to admit that I am struggling a lot (and I really mean A LOT)!! You have to master the JAVA language as well as Eclipse!! Not an easy task. I am hoping that it'll get easier with time (hopefully before I give up java and eclipse!! ;) ).

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    so would you say eclipse is better than netbeans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrs_sheep View Post
    so would you say eclipse is better than netbeans?
    Nah, they're both decent tools, no more, no less. I've seen folks that can do well with one and others who can do well with the other. I personally like Eclipse more, but that's just because it suits me better. I would recommend either (or both).

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