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JBuilder

JBuilder 2008 Turbo

JBuilder2008 Turbo is a free, turnkey Eclipse bundle which provides the basic features and functions needed to create and deploy Java applications.

It is a leading cross-platform environment for building industrial-strength enterprise Java applications. It enhances EJB, Web client, XML, Web Services, mobile, and database application development with two-way visual designers and rapid deployment to leading J2EE platform application servers including BEA WebLogic, IBM WebSphere, Sun ONE, Oracle9i, Sybase EAServer, and the integrated Borland Enterprise Server.

 JBuilder

Price
Free to download

Size
1.3GB
License

Proprietary

Developer
Embarcadero Technologies, Inc

Website
www.codegear.com

System Requirements
CPU: Pentium4/2.4 GHz +
RAM: 1GB minimum
Hard disk: 700MB to 1.2GB
High-resolution monitor
Mouse or other pointing device

RHEL4

Support Sites:
FAQ

Selected Reviews:
The Register

Features include:

  • Code reuse and application knowledge transfer. Built-in Swing UI designer for visual GUI building and easy migration of design projects from earlier versions of JBuilder.
  • UML 2.0 modeling and code archeology tools.
  • Visual EJB, JPA, and Web services development
  • Performance tuning with memory and CPU profiling capabilities
  • Code coverage and analysis to improve overall code quality
  • Code audit and metrics for better code comprehension
  • Collaborative development environment with integrated tracking, source code management, project planning, and continuous builds, allowing team members to easily monitor and manage project activity and progress
  • Based on Eclipse 3.3 open source framework, and Web Tools Platform (WTP) 2.0

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