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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'm new on Java and I'm using Eclipse IDE
all hail the mighty eclipse, bow before the goddess of userfriendlyness and bug tracking!