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Starting with Eclipse IDE

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This is free and open source, extensible IDE written in Java. This is one of the most popular IDE used among Java community. Eclipse Plug-Ins are available for C/C++,Cobol, PHP, JSP/Servlet, J2EE and many more. These Plug-Ins can be used with the same IDE

Starting with Eclipse IDE

     

This is free and open source, extensible IDE written in Java. This is one of the most popular IDE used among Java community. Eclipse Plug-Ins are available for C/C++,Cobol, PHP, JSP/Servlet, J2EE and many more. These Plug-Ins can be used with the same IDE at
the same time. They all have their own debuggers and integrated IDE options. It includes Java development tools and uses its own compiler that compiles instantly as you type. Eclipse is supported well on Windows 98, Windows XP, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Linux, Solaris and other systems as well.

  Eclipse Architecture

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May 28, 2012
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