Integrated development environments
When creating a Java program, manually compiling, debugging, and creating code can be a time consuming and often fault-ridden process. With an Integrated Development Environment (IDE), many of those tasks can be automated. An IDE is a software designed to facilitate computer application development. An IDE usually contains a source code editor, a compiler and interpreter, and a debugger, and many IDES include additional tools. Popular IDEs for Java programming include Eclipse, NetBeans, JBuilder, and Rational Application Developer. In this section on Integrated Development Environments, find news, research, and tutorials on how to use an IDE, and discover tips and and advice for choosing the IDE that's right from you. The IDE can be an invaluable tool in creating Java applications.
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Google I/O keynotes announce plenty of toys for Andriod developers to love
29 May 2015
News - The Google I/O conference keynotes never disappoint, and this year, with announcements ranging from new online cloud storage capacities to new IDE features and new Android APIs, there's plenty for developers of all stripes to love, especially Android...
30 Sep 2014
News - Prior to JavaOne 2014, Rob Terpilowski discussed his NetBeans apps and other development project plans.
Web-based development tools face challenges
28 Mar 2014
Conference News - At EclipseCon 2014, solutions architects discuss the challenges of Web-based development tools.
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Sasha Labourey on continuous integration environments
23 Sep 2010
Video - Interview with Sasha Labourey, former JBoss CTO, who just started a new company, CloudBees offering Hudson as a service. Labourey discusses continuous integration environments.
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Emerging 2015 Java trends: Cloud based IDEs and greater Java 8 adoption
09 Apr 2015
Feature - So far in 2015, big trends are emerging in the Java ecosystem, and top among those trends are the use of cloud-based IDEs and the adoption of Java 8 and lambda expressions.
Will 2015 be the year of the cloud-based, mobile IDE?
14 Jan 2015
Feature - With so many improvements in both cloud based technology and handheld devices, more and more developers want to develop in the same device they send texts with. Will 2015 be the year of the cloud-based, mobile IDE?
From web development to delivery: Deep front end knowledge is a must for 2015
02 Dec 2014
Feature - Web based deliver will be taken to new levels in 2015, as the technology used to deliver content over the web will actually become the technology used to built it as well, as development tools take to the web.
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Enterprise architects consider using cloud-based IDEs
31 Mar 2015
Tip - For many reasons, enterprise architects are now considering cloud-based IDEs as an alternative to a desktop development environment.
Troubleshooting Java Code: Log or Re-Throw, but Don't Do Both
06 Mar 2013
Tip - When building Java applications, proper logging and proper exception handling go hand in hand. But there are times when putting the two together is just plain wrong. This article explains why rethrowing an exception and logging it at the same time is a...
Five Neat Things You Can Do Out of the Box with Liferay Portal
23 Feb 2012
Tip - If you've ever run a competitive portal, you know that so many of them have little more than the "weather portlet" or "bookmarks" portlet after installation. Liferay is amazing because it has such full featured functionality 'out of the box.' Here's just...