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LinuxPlanet: JBuilder 3: Building Java Apps Under Linux

Feb 11, 2000, 17:38 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eric Foster-Johnson)

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"As part of a growing movement towards free software, Borland released its JBuilder 3 Foundation Java Integrated Development Environment--or IDE--for free to the Linux, Solaris and Windows worlds...."

"With JBuilder, Windows users familiar with any of the visual development tools will find themselves right at home, as the Linux clone looks and acts almost exactly like JBuilder for Windows. This really helps if you want to work on Linux in an all-Windows shop. With JBuilder, your entire team could use the same tool, regardless of platform...."

"To help speed up development, JBuilder includes a number of wizards, dialogs that lead you step-by-step through some tasks. For example, the Project Wizard leads you through the process of setting up a new project. Since JBuilder is built around a project-based organization, this can really help."

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