Which IDE?

Discussion in 'Resources' started by ArcheCane, Aug 5, 2011.

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    ArcheCane

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    (infected)

    I dont think this is the right place to post this. Check out the Resource tab in my signature.
     
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    ArcheCane

    Yes I was quite wary about that. And thanks.
     
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    tips48

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    insanj

    Are there any major differences between Classic and Java Developers? I've always used Classic, never had a problem...
     
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    dumptruckman

    Netbeans. Or if you know more about Java, IntelliJ IDEA
     
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    (infected)

    @dumptruckman In my opinion NetBeans dosen't teach good programming because your not hard coding its just auto filling all the stuff in for you. Haven't tried IntelliJ might have a look see.
    For anyone developing plugins I suggest Eclipse for Java Developers.
     
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    dumptruckman

    Filling in what for you? It fills in a lot of GUI stuff for you but that's kind of irrelevant for plugins.
     
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    (infected)

    Simply put, it gives programmers to many shortcuts, cuts corners, where they should learn to type it out and learn what shit does.
     
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