Top Java programming tools used in application development


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Java is an object-oriented programming language intended to manage software complexity in a new way. Java is used in different types of a computer platform including embedded device, enterprise application, mobile phone and super computers. Java is almost everywhere in mobile phones, web services, enterprise application and desktop applications.


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Top 6 Java Programming Tools used in Application Development Java is an object-oriented programming language intended to manage software complexity in a new way. Java is used in different types of a computer platform including embedded device enterprise application mobile phone and super computers. Java is almost everywhere in mobile phones web services enterprise application and desktop applications. In todays scenario there are many myths surrounding Java programming is that the availability of comprehensive IDEs and tools means you can afford not to have a comprehensive understanding of Java. But that’s not how it works. These tools make life simpler for you only if you know your way around Java. What is the top Java programming tools used in application development Now let’s take a look at such tools: 1. Eclipse There are lots of Java-compatible IDEs out there. So you can choose just one and put it onto the Java tools list is somewhat of a political issue. Although Eclipse remains the best Java IDE. No its not the prettiest or the hippest but it offers several essential features:

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 Its free.  Its open source.  Its cross-platform. If your Java IDE integrated development environment preferences are different I wont argue with you. No single IDE is the best for everyone. But if you had to create a recommendation about which integrated development environment to include in a set of Java tools used in application development it would be Eclipse. 2. Javac This may look like a strange choice to put on an essential Java tools list. Many Java IDEs including Eclipse come with built-in Java compilers. Sometimes however its handy to have a stand-alone compiler. The compiler bundled with your integrated development environment may not work with your code for weird reasons or you might just want a quick way to compile some Java code from a command line instead of using the IDE. So when it comes to stand-alone with Java compilers Javac is the go-to Java programming tool. And its free open source Also it’s part of the Java Development Kit for installation and its developed by Oracle so you know itll remain well-supported for a long time to come. 3. Java Decompiler JD There are numerous of Java Decompiler to choose from. Many are not highly portable. Some either have to be used in conjunction with an IDE or used separately.

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Thats why many developers are like the JD project which provides cross-platform Java Decompiler tools that you can integrate into Eclipse or IntelliJ as well as run independently through a stand-alone GUI. Its all depending on the type of Java work you do you may or may not need a Decompiler. If you want to do JDs tools are handy additions to your Java programming tools list. 4. Jenkins There are numerous continuous integration CI servers to choose from and most of the popular ones will work just fine for Java code. However you tend to consider Jenkins as the best CI server for Java applications. If you want to install so Jenkins is compared than other tools its easy especially when using the distribution that has an executable JAR with an embedded web container. Configuration is equally simple. Furthermore Jenkins is written in Java. Its reality that doesnt create Jenkins more generally suited for Java code integration but if youre writing in Java why not use a CI server that is written in Java too 5. JS-Beautify

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Few people represent beautiful Java code out of the gate. The rest of us use Java formatters that cleanup Java source code. It’s have a good Java formatters available including many commercial options. So JS-Beautify a simple free and open source Java tool for cleaning up a code. 6. JUnit If you look on unlike many other categories of Java programming tools there arent as many good options to choose from when it comes to Java unit testing. Thats because JUnit has been the top Java unit testing framework for a long time. It integrates well with the Maven command line and few people have tried to create alternatives. The Java tools list in a review

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There are lots of good commercial Java tools out there too and some of the newer tools in the Java ecosystem might be a better fit for some developers than tried-and-true solutions like Eclipse. But some Java tools to be robust and reliable and those on this list fit that bill. And these top tools will definitely make life easy for you as a Java developer but the whole idea behind using such tools is making an informed decision regarding their use. Choose a tool that suits your needs and requirements at a given point in time and it will deliver the returns you are looking for. Binary Informatics is a Software Development Company based in India with development offices in Bay Area US as well. We are a team of 60 and we always strive to offer a high-quality work to our Clients. We provide solutions in Website Development Web Application Development Product Development Java Based Software Development Mobile apps Product Engineering Enterprise Application Based Software Development Big Data BI solutions Business Digitization Automation Portals eLearning ecommerce Social Networking CRM CMS UI/UX etc.

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