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WSAD vs. JBuilder

 
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I am going to be starting a new job where my first task will be to analyze Websphere Studio Application Developer and jbuilder to make a reccomendation for our development team. I have not used any previously and would love to hear any input from anyone who has used either one or both.
 
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websphere studio is really great.You can do almost
anything that IBM Visual Age and Microsoft Front page can do put togather.Strictly enforces J2EE concepts.Dont know about JBuilder
 
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Wayne,
if you don't need the extended J2EE features of WSAD, you could also take a look at Eclipse (which WSAD is build on). It's my absolute favorite IDE...
 
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I have been using JBuilder since JBuilder 2 and the current version that I have is JBuilder 6, I really love this tool, it is great. I have used IMB Visual Age i didnt like it that much, probalaly since I am probally addicted to JBuilder.
Any one know a small good ide for linux.
Vivek
 
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As with most programming tools, the one that you know the best generally works best for you. I have used both JBuilder and Application Developer. If you are developing to WebSphere 4.0, all else equal, I think that Application Developer will make you happiest.
You should find an entry (free) copy of each and try them out. Let your team try them out.
 
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Vivek: eclipse is for linux too. www.eclipse.org
 
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