Über Eclipse IDE
Eclipse IDE is an open platform for professional developers. It contains an ecosystem of plugins and is community powered.
The plugins we developed helped a lot our dev teams community (about +1000 developers), bringing more efficiency and fun to the coding / testing / debugging activities.
The only thing that I dont like in it is the default white theme. That can be changed and customized I learned a bit latter.
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Eclipse changed the developer world
Kommentare: Consolidating the development environment using Eclipse for huge teams, spread all around the globe, helped to avoid loosing time to support more than on IDE and to maintain specific configurations which may be needed. We exported Eclipse configurations and even had a small team to certificate and manage internal plugins distributions, ensuring that the development work machinery was not stopped due to environment issues.
Eclipse IDE offers the capability to allow the users to develop plugins, which in my company was a killer feature because we had many proprietary languages that required also proprietary IDE. The plugins we developed helped a lot our dev teams community (about +1000 developers), bringing more efficiency and fun to the coding / testing / debugging activities.
If your application is too big, building it can cause the interface to hang, so, better to take coffee, a walk, to give time to Eclipse finish the process.
Carlos hugo martin C.
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Experience with Eclipse IDE
Kommentare: The IDE was used for the development of applications and extensions of monitoring tools. In addition to the implementation of devops flows.
It is very easy to customize and extend it based on plugins, in addition to the debugging functions that allow the development of applications to be simpler, being able to condition the execution to the productive environment for which the application is intended.
The IDE has a lot of plugins and many of them are not compatible, and you can only tell when you are using the IDE, causing it to become unstable.
Classic open source generic IDE for multiple purpose
Kommentare: before IntelliJ, it is the best Java tool, but now the Eclipse IDE is only used for some special scenario such as some domain tool which is based on the eclipse.
eclipse is open source project which is not only design for Java, but also other. there are lots of tools that based on the Eclipse original IDE. the IDE is totally free and use plugin to enhance function
1. easy get error by some environment and plugins 2. it miss some func such as global UI shortcut control 3. git UI tool not easy to use
Decent IDE for software development
Kommentare: I used to use it for Java development and Android development. However now I use Android studio for Android and don't tend to require Java development.
I found it simple to use and pick up for Java development. Was relatively flexible and offered lots of plugin customisations
The software for the most part was ok. It did nothing particularly special. So for niche uses (such as Android development) its development use is not as feature rich and lost out to those uses.
Not able to compete with modern day IDEs
Java development was good with this tool. Debugging support is great. Keyboard shortcuts are nice.
Eclipse used to be my first IDE for java developments but it didn't change much with time. It is now pain while working with Eclipse.
The All in one IDE
Very simple and easy to use with a lot of options and customizations that lets you pick whatever is most suitable for you. Support for all types of coding via an internal market that has all the needed extensions. Big community of users that help fixing bugs.
Sometimes setting up eclipse for specific jobs might be a bit frustrating.
Universo de plugins e desenvolvimento em Java
Kommentare: No geral gosto muito do Eclipse, pois é uma plataforma que me possibilitou o desenvolvimento de inúmeros projetos em Java e sistemas embarcados. Apesar de suas limitações quanto a desempenho, é uma IDE muito útil e amplamente utilizada devido ao universo de plugins que possui e que são desenvolvidos a todo instante pelos desenvolvedores.
O que mais se destacou positivamente no Eclipse é a possibilidade de desenvolvimento de novos plugins para qualquer linguagem. Além disso o elipse é muito poderoso e possui inúmeras funcionalidades e visualizações de configurações. Gosto de desenvolver projetos que utilizam a linguagem Java nessa IDE, pois julgo ter melhores funcionalidades e opções para tal desenvolvimento.
Algo que se destacou negativamente em minha opinião é que o eclipse é uma IDE pesada e com carregamentos lentos. Além disso, acho muito complicado encontrar documentações e tutoriais para algumas funções que preciso fazer na IDE.
Best Java IDE
It's the best Java IDE out there. It supports all sort of Java Development, right from Java SE to Java EE. Its keyboard shortcuts are super intuitive.
Lack of support of other languages. It needs to have a fixed project structure. And it doesn't support a project with multiple languages.
Honest and fine review
I am very found of its Debug Mode. It have breakpoint tracking and each variable tracks.
I think its interface can be little more good .
One of the best free IDE's
One of the biggest reasons for me to work with Eclipse is the fact it's free. This creates a lot of possibilities for students and small companies to still work with a good IDE. The plugins that you can add can supply all you need
Eclipse could use a user interface update.
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Solves many problems, but it's not the first option
Kommentare: Despite the shortcomings, I can say that it's more pleasant to create for Android in Eclipse using the plugin than using Android Studio. That's because the development of the supporting part of Eclipse is phenomenal. He helps you with things that clearly someone needed to use and took the trouble to develop. For example, for Android the help to find errors or gaps in internationalization is much more efficient in Eclipse than in Android Studio. When I used it for Java and PHP some things were like that, but then you stumble across something someone else did too lazy or in a hurry, and you get stuck.
It is a complete IDE, with many support tools, many plugins and support for many popular programming languages. It has "versions" with embedded items, making it easy to install for this or that purpose, such as IOT projects or embedded electronics, PHP or Java. If you don't have another tool, with Eclipse you can create your end-to-end product and deliver.
First off, Eclipse is free, but I put an average price. This is because despite not having a license cost, you have cost of use in productivity. If you take twice as much time on tool X it already costs you hours of production. I find Eclipse old-fashioned, heavy, huge and dated. It's not nice to use Eclipse, it's just functional. And he has many errors in obscure canvases that look like they were made twenty years ago.
The IDE that made Standards
Kommentare: Apart from the reduce the performance due to the plugin handler(might be on my machine only) the overall experience is fantastic i get to know eclipse IDE when most of the famous code editors were paid and eclipse opened a wide variety of selections for me specially with their android development suite(i know google made that but it was still running on eclipse) times went by and new laguages dropped in but the dev community were able to pull everything to maintain Eclipse as the Modern IDE for most Open Source fans and followers.
I am amazed how i forgot to review Eclipse as i am using the same since 2014 or should i say when the time android studio was based on it. If i were to say myself the wide selection of plugins and ofcourse countless devs working on Eclipse IDE to modernize or make it better for new generation to come is simply extra-ordinary. I love the way how it adapts the code formatting and refracting as it's best just define the project language and you are ready to go, simple yet amazing.
There are few things here and there ofcourse only in my personal opinion the thing i would love to have changed is it's plugin handler, i love how many plugins are available for it but the plugin handler sometimes just encrease the load time for some projects that aren't even using that many plugins. That's all nothing else.
Eclipse - Powerful but it requires getting used to
Kommentare: The versatility as a Java IDE and WSO2 Integration Studio make that it is actually quite handy for both Java and Synapse Development.
Eclipse is a powerful IDE that has a large number of functions and a multitude of views and settings. The Eclipse framework is also used in other products like dbeaver, Apache DS and therefor familiar to people with those tools. It is an extensible product with add-ons like Integration Studio makes it a versatile tool.
Eclipse has a large number of perspectives, views and so on. This makes it a bit hard to navigate between all the options. The stability sometimes also has issues. Especially when you have a large number of open windows. The options are not always directly clear as to what each option will do (e.g. a number of options have the same truncated name like maven build )
Old But Still a Gold
Kommentare: People always look for IDEs that can speed up the process of development and that's why they need some very good features and Eclipse still tops the List and very good as It's Free, Open Source Easily available, Tools and Plugins are very good
I am using IDE since 2013 when I started learning JAVA and yet Eclipse is My First Choice and it will be. Eclipse is a very Intelligent IDE if I talk about Java & spring Boot applications development. The Auto Doc Features, Inbuilt Console, Now the Dark Mode made eclipse a good Ide to work on. I recommend to fellows for working on it and the Best Part It's Free
Updated in Eclipse are a little bit slow, The Major updates usually take time Otherwise it's good
Eclipse - A simple, Easy to use, Basic IDE (Mother of all IDE's)
Kommentare: My experience as a student with eclipse is very good and smooth. I am still using this IDE for developing many major and minor academic projects. I started using this IDE as a student to practice java but then I started all my development work on it, many coaching institute including my college using this ide to teach the students.
The best feature about eclipse is its interface which is basic, clean and easy to understand. This IDE is very lightweight in terms of consuming processors. Most helpful user for this IDE will be a student because for a beginner this IDE provide enough features and it does not confuse the user by showing complex architecture and multiple options, If you are a student then I hardly recommend you this IDE.
Mohammad iqbal K.
Eclipse - Good IDE for Java
Kommentare: The overall experience with Eclipse IDE was good for Java but not for other programming languages comparatively. The absence of live server makes me dependent on other application for doing parallel job. It is slow and consumes lot of memory.
It is a powerful tool and Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the developers / programmers using Java, C and Python. It has a good and modern user interface. It is available to download and use for multiple operating systems. It is open source and free to download and use. It support plugins.
Great IDE without the high price tag
Kommentare: Overall I like Eclipse and have had a positive experience. It is an inexpensive option that performs at a high level.
What I like most about the Eclipse IDE is the different profiles depending on the type of development being done. If you're using java, that's the profile is pretty much standard. If you're using Spring you can launch your server directly within the IDE. In addition there are plenty of add-on's that can be downloaded from the market place.
What I liked least is the lack of shortcuts out of the box. I've used other IDE's like InteliJ and the added shortcuts make things way more efficient; nonetheless, Intellij can be rather expensive when compared to an open sourced option like Eclipse. The fact that you can get Eclipse IDE without a monthly subscription makes the lack of shortcuts seem like a frivolous complaint.
Best IDE for Java Developers
Kommentare: We use Eclipse IDE in the bank for development of Java interfaces and APIs for consuming third party application data.
Eclipse has been in the market for a long time now and hence the IDE has now matured to a great extent. For Java Developers, this is the best bet. Excellent integrated environment for development and exposing APIs as a war file. It has an excellent debugging tool. Also there are a lot of plugins available which makes implementing business logic more convenient as compared to Net Beans.
Its sad to know that Eclipse is not as prepared for other high level programming languages like in case of Java. So if you are coding in a language other than Java SE or EE, Eclipse might not be your best bet.
My first great introduction to Java Programming and rightfully to many others.
Kommentare: While I change IDE every now and then, with its vast plugin support, Eclipse IDE remained with me for a long time. Amazing online community is one of the things you won't miss this one.
As it is open source, it comes with its own set of benefits like huge number of plugins, third party support and integrated management. Faster than many IDE's I have used. Supports multiple programming languages. Customize appearance like themes, light mode, dark mode etc. Debugging and auto format
I learnt Java in this IDE, there is nothing much to complain about when your language is Java but when you use it for other languages you might not have similar experience. For example lack of support for CMAKE. It could be optimized further to run large projects without crashing.
Good IDE for Java
This has best UI nearly you can utilize it as ide for java, c/c++, python as due to its flexible activity. Useful for project developement and the executives, it have an incredible troubleshooting limit which measure the code quick..
Nothing to detest except for it not help web improvement and it takes more memory area.
Best IDE I have used for my development work
Kommentare: Being a user for almost a decade now I have always felt that this is one of the best IDEs that I have ever worked amongst every IDE I have tried.
Ease of setup and user interactions to set up a project and do the development work for almost a decode for me now. A lot of improvements on their new versions show that they are valuing their users and consistently improvising their products.
The IDE takes a little long time to load at times when trying to import complex projects from github that may have a lot of dependencies to be initialized and some time results in memory issue
One of the best IDE for java
Kommentare: It is a very complete IDE, with great documentation and you can find complete forums with solutions to almost any type of problem that you can find with the IDE, it also has a large library by the community in which you can any type of library that you They could be useful in your projects, whether personal or work.
One of the things I like about this IDE is its wide range of documentation and community support, one can always find some help in a forum about the IDE. A very complete IDE that allows you to carry out your projects easily and quickly, allowing you to export projects easily. Its installation and configuration is really simple, it does not require a great effort to configure it and in a matter of minutes you will have a tool ready to work.
As well as giving you a wide range of options and configurations, it gives you a certain complexity, since when looking for some necessary option for IDE configurations it can take a while.
Is Eclipse IDE a Good Software?
Eclipse ide is a full environment for creating, testing, and deploying software especially if you are a java developer. It can be extended through plugins. it allows you to test out your codes along every step of the way and gives you detailed analytics about errors and warnings in your codes. It basically helps you debug your codes
If you are a beginner, it is not easy to use and the documentation is not very understandable. It is a heavy software and can sometimes be slow to loading
Great if you don’t want to spend money on IntelliJ products
Kommentare: This is definitely the best free IDE that you can get, but it does not come near any other commercial products like IntelliJ IDEA. I would actually recommend working with community version of IDEA rather than Eclipse. Even if you are a learning developer start with free trial of IntelliJ instead. You won’t have to learn new controls when you eventually switch to IDEA in your first paid job.
Versatile tool that supports many languages. It is free and a lot of plugins are free as well, which makes it a powerful IDE for also some serious work. It is open-source, so there are many great projects based on Eclipse. From the usage point of view it is fine, but it does not have the UX of a commercial product.
I had a lot of issues with stability and various bugs which caused me days to find out. They were highly specific, but still it is something that hindered me a lot. Free plugins are of various quality and usually will make the stability issues worse.
Charan raj Y.
Finest and premier tool for any development in the market
Overall I am really impressed with this tool
Can do everything Development, Automation of UI, Integration what not using this
I can say everything is best in this tool right from GUI, easy of use, Integration/collaborations with other tools Worked for UI, API automation Code review Comparing Difference language supports
Least about this is nothing Only thing everyone say is, it is a open source so if any company/client wants to work on licensed then they will not look for this