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.
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.
IntelliJ IDEA: What's at Fluent 2014?
27 Mar 2014
Continuing Video Coverage of New Java 7 Features and APIs
10 Feb 2012
News - Here at TheServerSide.com, we've been providing some very dedicated coverage to the new features of Java 7, with a look at tackling some of the new Java 7 APIs like the new File I/O (NIO.2) and concurrency libraries with tutorials and learning guides in...
OCPJP & OCAJP: Java 7 training requirement for the Oracle Certified Professional Programmer dropped
21 Dec 2011
News - In order to obtain the certified architect position from Oracle, attending and passing a training course is now required. But what about the Java Professional and Java Associate designations, OCPJP and OCAJP for Java 7?
OCAJP and OCPJP Changes for Java 7: New Objectives, a Format Change and a Price Hike
16 Dec 2011
News - The OCP (Oracle Certified Professional) Java 7 certification (OCAJP and OCPJP), which replaced the SCJP certification, will now require you to pass two exams, each of which will cost $300 to take, pushing the cost of the designation to $600.
JavaOne 2011 news, views and conference coverage
28 Sep 2011
News - TheServerSide.com's editors will be on the spot at JavaOne 2011, so watch this page for news and session coverage of this major Java conference.
Drools 5.2 released: Expert, Fusion, Planner and Guvnor
TheServerSide Newsfeed | 28 Jun 2011
News - The Drools community is happy to announce the release of Drools 5.2.0.Final. This includes: Drools Expert (rule engine); Drools Fusion (CEP: complex event processing); Drools Planner (planning optimization); Guvnor (BRMS web application); and Drools IDE...
NetBeans 7.0 is Now Available
TheServerSide Newsfeed | 21 Apr 2011
News - NetBeans IDE 7.0 is the industry's first IDE to support the upcoming JDK 7 release and seeks to enable developers to take advantage of the latest developments in Java and to help deliver higher quality applications.