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ambar patil
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Hi,
What are the tools/sf that you use in project?
 
Karan Johar
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what kind of tools. do you mean IDEs, testing tools ?
 
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What's "sf"?
 
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I think Ambar meant "software". Which leads us to http://faq.javaranch.com/java/UseRealWords
 
ambar patil
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yes, it means Software.Some of the tools/Software are of great help & that makes life easier .

- OracleXpress : for using lightweight oracle database on your machine during development phase.
- Eclipse Plugin for Hibernate code generation etc.
- StarUML for Design.
-Continumm for Build process.
-we may not be aware of all such tool & plugins which helps in each phase of software development, so sharing that will be helpful.
 
Rob Spoor
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I only use Eclipse for programming (sometimes Textpad) and Ant for building.
 
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At work, I use the following:

  • Eclipse 3.5 (with Java EE tools)
  • Firebug (JavaScript debugger for Firefox)
  • Oracle SQL Developer
  • Ant for building and deploying
  • JUnit for unit testing
  • Notepad++ for general text editing tasks
  • Clover for code coverage during unit testing
  • Our app is deployed on Linux servers running Weblogic 9.2, Oracle 10g

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