Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Choosing a good IDE

Although not visible to many, choosing a good IDE (Integrated Development Environment) before starting software development is a very important step. Most modern IDEs have features that allow the developer to build the UI (User Interface) with less or no effort.

For example, NetBeans IDE created by Oracle is a very good choice for creating real-world Java applications that require interactive and visually appealing user interfaces.

Microsoft has a very good reputation of creating good IDEs for everything in order to ease the process of software development. Visual Studio today can be used to make a variety of applications such as web or local apps using languages such as: ASP.NET, C++, C#.NET, Basic, JavaScript, F#, and even Python (IronPy).

In 2013 Google release its own IDEs for developing android applications, namely Android Studio.

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