Top Java IDEs

This article gives you a quick look at 7 Java IDEs and what each IDE has to offer. It’s remarkable that the author has summarized each IDE offering in about 3 lines, when there are so many Java J2EE enthusiasts who can easily write a thesis on their favorite IDE.

Top 7 Java IDEs are:

Reference:
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About.com: Top 7 Java IDEs

Related:
>>
Java IDE comparison: Borland JBuilder tops.
>> When
to buy an IDE? When to stick with Eclipse / NetBeans?

>> Eclipse vs
NetBeans

 

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  • Guest

    Oracle JDeveloper is surely better than most of these

    [URL=http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/jdev/index.html]Oracle JDeveloper[/URL]

  • Guest

    I don’t think the author has tried to rank the 7 IDEs. So all 7 are number one 🙂

  • Guest

    It supports C#, Java, JavaServer Pages, J#, and Visual Basic.NET, works on Windows and Linux, and generally has a superb code analyzer that do not requires saving files to ‘compile’ them (true incremental compiler), back-in-time debugger and other goodies …
    http://www.omnicore.com/

  • Guest

    Looks like there is a [B]misprint[/B], because [U]IntelliJ IDEA[/U] should be at the top of that list.

  • Guest

    JCreator is a super Java IDE. As it has nothing to do with Swing and is developed in C++, the IDE is lightening fast compared to the Java based giants like NetBeans, Eclipse and others.

    A free version is also available for download.

    [URL=http://www.jcreator.com]JCreator[/URL]
    [URL=http://www.jcreator.com/features.htm]JCreator Features[/URL]