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Lucas Abrah�o
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Hi,just a simple question that I didnt find the answer in the assignment... may I use an IDE to develop my project???
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Jaideep Kshirsagar
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Yes you can use ECLIPSE which is widely used and lighter or intelliJ which requires a lot of RAM.
 
Musab Al-Rawi
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What I understood is that you can't use IDE to generate GUI.
so even if you use netbeans (which has a nice UI tool) you would still have to create the assignment's GUI on your own.
 
Herman Schelti
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hi,

you can use any IDE, as long as you write the code
(you are not allowed to use generated code).

Herman
 
Lucas Abrah�o
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yeah yeah,
I thought about it.. I will not use Eclipse or Netbeans generated code.. But I was just wanting to use it for indentation and other properties of that.
Thank you guys! :-)
 
Anne Crace
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I use Eclipse and hand-code GUI. It is very helpful because of code formatting help. You can use the checkstyle plug-in which I believe is recommended by one of the cert books. Eclipse is configurable without the plug-in as far as tab stops,etc. Many people have passed with good scores and used Eclipse. I recommend it.
 
Edwin Dalorzo
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You can use whatever IDE you want, but all the code must be implemented by yourself. You must not autogenerate code in any form.

Some free options would be:

  • Eclipse
  • Netbeans
  • Java Studio Enterprise
  • JCreator
  • JDeveloper
  • Optistic


  • Some commertial options would be>

  • IntelliJ Idea
  • JBuilder


  • There are also certain Java Code Editors that you could use:

  • Programmers Notepad
  • Notepad++
  • Gel
  • JEdit
  • Jext


  • Some commertial options could be:

  • Textpad
  • UltraEdit


  • I hope this helps!
    [ November 01, 2007: Message edited by: Edwin Dalorzo ]
     
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