Was ist JDeveloper?
Komplette IDE für Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) und Java-Entwicklung.
JDeveloper – Details
JDeveloper – Preisübersicht
JDeveloper bietet eine Gratisversion, aber keine kostenlose Testversion. Weitere Preisinformationen für JDeveloper findest du unten.
JDeveloper – Nutzerbewertungen
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Bewertet am 25.6.2018
In my work I use JDeveloper to develop Java, SOA and BPM applications to achieve implementations
Kommentare: It allows me to complete my job and complete the implementations where I need to develop a Java Application, SOA composites, BPM processes and OSB pipelines. It allows to shorten time of developing and work with the develop team in a way that the job is done faster and with less errors.
Vorteile: JDeveloper has all required tools to develop an application for any of it products, it provides all required tools to complete the life cycle of the application. Also it has an integrated Weblogic runtime environment so you dont have to do extra job downloading more files, configuration etc. It has integration with other tools like Git so you can work with your team on the same application. The Oracle community is big so you find many tutorials that makes it easy to develop on JDeveloper and how to manage it. It provides many options to create Webservices with just one click and many other things so you don´t have to spend much time to develop an application, the developing is faster.
Nachteile: The product requires by default much memory of your computer, so if you have a team of developers you will have to do some adjustment to your laptops in order to run JDeveloper smoothly.
Bewertet am 12.7.2019
Kommentare: Overall, jdeveloper is an effective IDE for developers to create an enterprise application on weblogic platform.
Vorteile: Jdeveloper IDE offers the productive environment to develop enterprise applications or simple applications in a friendly manner. we can have different perspective in the Jdeveloper, for example- we can create simple Java application, Java EE application, Oracle SOA , Oracle OSB, Oracle BAM, Oracle ADF and EJB Applications etc It also supports to have a SQL perspective where we can connect database and run the query. It has inbuilt weblogic servers which we can make use for initial validations. It is great tool, to create a transformation mapping using XSLT and Xquery. we have number of plugins available for jdeveloper to make use it in one single tool.
Nachteile: This tool is very heavy and it consumes more CPU usage. Sometimes jdeveloper hangs and exit the application at rare scenarios.
Bewertet am 11.2.2020
Kommentare: JDE is a great software to use. Easy to use and pretty straight forward. It could use some improvements such as interface friendly.
Vorteile: It’s pretty easy to use, easy to create personalized reports and queries. Helps integrate systems across different plants.
Nachteile: Sometimes it lags. And one thing that bothers me is when you’re signed in and the page is reserved for you, and you exit out instead of logging off. It keeps you signed in until you restart. I feel like there should be an easy fix for that.
Bewertet am 6.12.2019
A fit in the Oracle ecosystem for Java
JDeveloper is a free proprietary software with lots of features beyond Java EE like SOA, modelling, and databases. Despite its acceptable quality and a big company behind, it does not seem to be a choice for a Java development anymore.
I used JDeveloper very frequently in the past and liked it a lot, however, it couldn't keep the pace of other lighter free IDEs focused on productivity and performance.
It integrates seemlessly with Oracle Java tools and frameworks. For instance, it is very straightforward to create projects using ADF and manage data residing in an Oracle Database or Oracle Express, and then deploy to a WebLogic Application Server.
It is a complete IDE (syntax highlighting, code navigation & completion, refactoring, etc.) and supports out of the box most Java EE technologies, eg. JSF, EJB, JPA, JTA, JAX-RS and much more. It also has the usual: code versioning, maven integration, debugging and so on.
Unfortunately I dislike several things. Since Oracle has shifted its attention away from Java, this product has shown almost no evolution in the last four years (the product simply stalled at version 12.2). They have been doing just bug fixes. There were some rumours about Oracle launching a revamped JDeveloper 19c in the last quarter of 2019 but that certainly didn't happen.
JDeveloper's full installer is huge (close to 3GB). That's quite a lot regardless of how many features it may exhibit. The installation already bundles the Oracle Java SDK inside which indicates a vendor lock-in intention from Oracle. In my experiments I had no way to make JDeveloper run properly with OpenJDK or Amazon Correto (a free version of Java SDK with long term support).
Fortunately, they advertise a minimal JDeveloper version ~ 90MB which is functional but it is a fit for simple smaller projects only.
Upon recurrent usage the UI hangs and sometimes unexpected errors popup. Sadly, restarting the application is often needed.
Bewertet am 19.6.2018
is more practical when debugging and integrating with the weblogic console, fabulous
Kommentare: develop OSB web services for companies, easier to develop, less time and more benefits
Vorteile: I like the way in which tests can be done, the tools for development, how debugging is done, how development is integrated in the weblogic console without importing and exporting, but directly by this ide I can do it by configuring, the improvements as soon as the graph
Nachteile: the configuration and installation of it, is a little problematic to do it, but when you have a version of oracle, and domains with other ides, it is very heavy as far as RAM is concerned, if you use it for java development you forget how to program in java since you only bring components, it could be said that it would be an advantage but only for loose programming.