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tconner at georgiahealth.edu
Thu Sep 8 23:54:29 EDT 2011
You have help me out a great deal. I hope I can be as knowledgeable as you are soon.
>>> Gunnar Hillert 09/08/11 7:08 PM >>>
It depends how you define "best" IDE ;-) ...
But here is a short list of popular IDEs:
- Eclipse (free) - http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/
- Netbeans (free) - http://netbeans.org/
- IntelliJ IDEA (commercial, but has a free community edition) -
Several third-party offerings exist that bundle the base-Eclipse
distribution with additional features/plugins E.g.:
- SpringSource Tool Suite (free) - http://www.springsource.com/developer/sts
- MyEclipse (commercial) - http://www.myeclipseide.com/.
Eclipse is probably the most widely used Java IDE (here in Atlanta).
There are many developers that swear by IntelliJ IDEA, though. It
literally boils down to personal preference.
Lastly, specifically for learning purposes, please also check out
BlueJ - http://www.bluej.org/
I hope this helps.
On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 4:35 PM, Terry Conner wrote:
> Hello AJUGs,
> I am a new member here. I am a student at Troy State, and I am really
> looking forward to understanding Java to the fullest. I am a novice
> programmer and I am trying to get certified in Java Programming. I have a
> Question for you experts out there. What is the best IDE for java
> development, and what is a some good books for studying for the
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