Hea Thats Depend on your experience Level.
For Fresher : NotePad
For Experience : Eclipse (M Using)
I am using now Eclipse as well as Notepad
Notepad++ I hope, using Notepad is self-torture.
Hello, this is my first post!
OT: I voted for Eclipse because its mainstream and so am I <3
yes you are right.
for programing IDE require.
But that is depend on the level of programer.
if programer is very new to java then i suggest to use notepad, because mistake of programer gives very better knowledge.
In IDE provide the support for programing.....
if a programer is very good hands in programming then they must use IDEs for fast programing...
I use JGrasp because it's very easy and simple to use
MY code my style -Easy to code.
I am using Eclipse for My Java,J2EE Android Development, Eclipse is so useful and Nice..,
I use Eclipse. It is the only one i have used. i only really considered eclipse and netbeans when i was choosing, and I went with Eclipse because the tutorial i was watching was using it.
My Eclipse doesn't work but I would like to use that. I am learning it with BlueJ and I will be taking a course with it on jGRASP. They are all a little different.
NetBeans :)-: in my opinion has a more solid structure and it's easier to develop in NetBeans
My Java class has us using BlueJ so that's what I use for now. It's good to see what the more popular IDEs are so that I get an idea of what is more common outside of a school environment.
Everyone has their own opinion. But Eclipse seems to be the most "prevailing" one; not since its necessarily the best but
a) its free
b) it seems to be the most popular target for third parties to develop integration plugins for
Case in point; at one point in time I had to work with JBoss jBPM and that pretty much meant use Eclipse or bust since there is only JBoss Tools as an Eclipse plugin.
For serious code, I use a serious IDE: NetBeans. It's free and it seems to work pretty well, at least most of the time.
For quick-and-dirty small programs to test a feature or as a proof of concept, I tend to edit with vi/gvim, then compile and run with a shell script or batch file.
Blue jay be where it at!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!