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  Asked By: Keana    Date: Apr 05    Category: Java    Views: 565

I'm trying to programm some small thing s for home use. But I am
looking for a decent visual java editor, can anybody help me with
that? I used to work with symantec visual cafe 3.0 but I can't get it
to run on my new computer.



10 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Kawthar Malik     Answered On: Apr 05

Try Eclipse, it is free.........................

Answer #2    Answered By: Anthony Smith     Answered On: Apr 05

if you are looking for an editor
then try JCreator

you can get it from www.JCreator.com

Answer #3    Answered By: Edna West     Answered On: Apr 05

Netbeans is the best http://www.netbeans.org

Answer #4    Answered By: Guilherme Silva     Answered On: Apr 05

real j is my prefference. Simple and easy to set up. Don't forget
documentation and careful planning BEFORE you begin writing code will make a
huge difference. It is often easier for me to use a vi editor  or some other
text editor when I have done the necissary thought before hand. It may seem
slow, and useless, but it will save you time in the long run. And the more you
do it, the better you will get at it. I have not been doing it long, and I have
already noticed a difference.

Answer #5    Answered By: James Evans     Answered On: Apr 05

Did you heard Eclipse? I did work  with sun's Forte(Netbeans), but it wasn't well
worker. http://www.eclipse.org/ --> try it

Answer #6    Answered By: Clarence Nichols     Answered On: Apr 05

Netbeans is way better than Fotre

Answer #7    Answered By: Geena Ma.     Answered On: Apr 05

guys I have some UNIX shell scripting experience but
no object oriented programming experience. Do you guys
have any advice or where should I start. I have been
hearing arguments saying I need to start with c and
then c++ and then to java. Is this true?

Answer #8    Answered By: Garrett Brooks     Answered On: Apr 05

Nope, you can start java  from the gecko. I recommend
to log into http://sun.java.com search around for
technology blueprint or overall picture, see how C and
C++ play in the overall picture. That's about it.

The reason why people tell you to know C++ because the
concept of Object Oriented is too complicated for
them. Who knows you may be smarter-- Different folk
have different yolks.

People who know C & C++ seems to grasp Java quicker
because they can spot the similarity in syntax. This
bring me a story at my company.

I have a "kid" about 18 or 19 years old who primary
duty is office materials inventory. Who happens never
get on my nerve. He wants to do things like the
developer/programmer because to him it is very easy
job and have the honor to lunch or dinner with the
executives once awhile??? I conduct an impromptu
interview and know the kid never taking a computer
course in his life.

I lend him Arnold, Gosling, & Holmes's The Java
Programming Language, 3rd ed., Joshua Bloch's
Effective Java, and Kathy Sierra & Bert Bates's Sun
Certified Programmer & Developer. At the same time, I
check his profile from human resource department and
found the kid honest.

After two months, he shows me his Sun Certified
Programmer Exam Result 98% with category breaking
down. The myth about elite IT Engineer that Silicon
Valley painted just shatter right on front of me.

Now, the kid is Java Programmer handle entry level
task and on company paid tuition for as long as he
could handle.

Answer #9    Answered By: Willis Hill     Answered On: Apr 05

Anyone how to create jsp files with Eclipse ? And what must I do so it
can provide me with the visual  help when I am writing the jsp code ?

Answer #10    Answered By: James Williams     Answered On: Apr 05

Again use IDEA 3.0 it allows JSP coding too.

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