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Java-based CI tool that supports arbitrary shell scripts, SCM tools, and Windows batch commands.
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Bewertet am 10.7.2018
Second IDE after using Visual Studio and have to say I am really impressed, and prefer it over VS
Kommentare: I feel I am able to code much quicker than my counterparts when using Java due to the hotkeys I can map with this IDE. There is a noticeable difference in how quickly I can produce the same code as others, and I likely wouldnt have really delved into that practice without this IDE. It also has been great for my eyes, with easily re-sizable text and great, dark color themes. I get a lot of eye strain from improper themes, but found their "Darkest Dark" to be just perfect for my eyesight!
Vorteile: I utilize key-mapping a lot when I code, and have found Eclipse in general very easy to map my own keys. Something as simple as "Copy last line" speeds up my ability to code in Java considerably, and I have found adding this functionality simple and intuitive in Eclipse, moreso than Visual Studio. I am also a fan of the overall amount of customizability, especially in color themes, as it is very hard for me to program with a background that is not dark. Check out their "Darkest-Dark" theme, I found it to be great for long coding sessions!
Nachteile: At times I have felt there were unnecessary extra features that I had to end up disabling to make my workflow less cluttered and quicker. Namely with text prediction, and some of the Eclipse hints that are provided when writing your syntax. It really depends what I am coding though as I have gone back and forth on turning these features on and off, it really depends on the type of project I am working on.
Bewertet am 15.4.2019
Kommentare: While learning java we sometimes get confused with the completion of syntaxes of classes. But in eclipse IDE with the help of autocompletion, I only have to remember the functional use of a particular class but not the whole syntax of the class. Another important feature is Refactoring means we can change the name of the class. We sometimes make some typo errors which specifying the names of user-defined classes in java. In that case, the refactoring feature helped me. As packages can be installed in eclipse with ease, I was able to download servlet package in java for server related code. As plugins can be installed easily, I have downloaded two plugins related to unwanted code removal and python. I have created a sample web application with the use of HTML, servlets, Java and hosted it within a web server. My overall experience using this software is so good as it is highly recommended for the beginners.
1) Can be supported to all the operating systems like Windows, Mac, Linux etc..
2) It's a free and an open source.
3) Can support multiple formats like HTML, XML and can support multiple
languages like c, c++, java.
4) Auto-completion of code.
5) The inbuilt compiler which makes the error navigation so easy.
6) Downloading of other packages is a lot easier like servlet package for Java
7) Can download plugins which are used to developers in an easy way.
8) Can rename a class which is created.
9) Can be used to schedule tasks and keep a reminder of all the incompleted tasks.
Nachteile: I did not find any flaws with this software.
Bewertet am 18.2.2020
Great software product.
Vorteile: It's used by almost everyone I know, so it's easy to collaborate. It supports all the technologies that I'm using and it has all the needed plugins. Not heavy for my computer, doesn't drain its resources. Great platform!
Nachteile: I'm using both IntelliJ and Eclipse, and I only switch from 1 to another based on what the team members are using, really. Even that is not really needed. Eclipse is capable of handling anything I need. No cons to mention right now.
Bewertet am 6.11.2019
My take on Eclipse
Kommentare: Eclipse is still my go to IDE for working with Java/Spring Boot. Unfortunately I can't say the same for other languages / frameworks.
Vorteile: In particular for Java/Java EE perspectives this IDE has some nice refactoring related utilities. Compared to many other IDEs it's also quite lightweight.
Nachteile: Refactoring is way less effective for other languages such as Python. Perspective/Utilities for Git and Maven alternate between a hassle and downright broken.
Bewertet am 25.2.2019
Dear god please no, use IntelliJ or ANYTHING else
I suppose the name is nice? And it works, sometimes. Most of the time however it does not. Performance has increased over the years, which is not a huge accomplishment. It's kind of like a burning building: "Well the flames have gotten smaller, so that's nice" "Sir that is because the orphanage is now literally just ruins and there is nothing left that even COULD burn!"
So yes, performance is better now than it was years ago. Still not fantastic but servicable.
I don't even know where to begin.
You will probably experience Eclipse if you start learning programming with Java as your first language. If you already know a programming language for a language other than Java, chances are you have already read the horror stories about Eclipse and know to avoid it. If you have not, please do not use Eclipse. Use IntelliJ or any other IDE.
Eclipse is slow and sluggish though as I mentioned that has improved.
The interface is confusing and unintuitive, off the top of my head: To install new plugins you need to go into the "Help" menu and there in the dropdown you can find the option.
Eclipse is like the cookie monster, but for memory instead of cookies. It WILL eat up all of your memory and there isn't much you can do to make it stop.
Eclipse seems to be non-deterministic, which is kind of cool from a computer science standpoint, but bad from a user standpoint: Something that works on your colleague's installation may not work on yours despite there being no logical reason for it to be that way.
Just don't use Eclipse. If you work with it for long enough I guess you can get used to it and get things done fast, but if you are new and considering Eclipse you should probably just use any other IDE.