When programming in Java, you have several options for an Integrated Development Environment. For example, you can use the IDE JDeveloper from Oracle, Eclipse, NetBeans, or even Intellij IDEA from JetBrains. These are all free open source downloads. For details on each of the available IDEs, check out my series on IDEs for Java here on Lynda.com.
- [Voiceover] When programming in Java,…there are several recommendations…for an integrated development environment,…sometimes called an IDE.…Some of the more popular IDEs include NetBeans, Jdeveloper,…Eclipse, and IntelliJ.…These are all free, open source downloads.…For details on each of the available IDEs,…check out my series on Java IDEs here on lynda.com.…For those of you that are not familiar…with the concept of an IDE,…an integrated development environment,…it includes three main components,…a text editor that allows you to write code,…a compiler which takes that code and converts it…into byte code and creates a .class file, and a debugger.…
The debugger allows us to actually step through the code,…line by line, to look for errors.…All four of the IDEs listed here are great…for both beginning and advanced programmers.…
- What are Java SE, EE, and ME?
- Comparing the differences
- Downloading the editions
- Working with recommended IDEs