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Thread: Beginner-Moderate IDE
- 01-07-2008, 04:56 PM #1
- 01-07-2008, 06:19 PM #2
Until you have a solid foundation in Java I always suggest making good use of a basic text editor. Linux users would benefit from gedit, emacs, or vi; Windows users would benefit from notepad or wordpad. Once you feel comfortable with the broad base of Java, then an IDE is recommended to cut down on production times. I began using Netbeans because I run Linux and found it be better than other IDE's I'd tried. When I'm in Windows it's toss up for me between Netbeans and Visual Studio. I haven't used JCreator, but I recommend Netbeans.
- 01-07-2008, 07:22 PM #3
Have a look at this as well .. BlueJ - Teaching Java - Learning Java .. Recommended by James Gosling .. :)dont worry newbie, we got you covered.
- 01-08-2008, 08:07 AM #4
- 01-26-2008, 07:16 AM #5
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My opinion is, depend on your reading book, go for NetBeans. It may most suitable for beginners with your referring book.
But my dear, I love IntelliJ IDEA. What an IDE for Java. I really like it. Few times I have used NetBeans as well, and not bad also, for me :)
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