- Installing a C++ compiler
- Installing an IDE
- Writing code in an IDE
- Debugging in IDEs
- Project layout
Skill Level Beginner
- [Troy] C++ is the grandaddy of mainstream object-oriented languages. Even though it is more than 30 years old, it has seen a resurgence as demand grows for its ability to produce fast, executable code. As its popularity increases, so too has the number of integrated development environments, IDEs, available for C++. I'm Troy Miles, and let's learn about these IDEs together.
1. NetBeans IDE
2. CodeLite IDE
5. Visual Studio Community
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