JBuilder : Java Glossary

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from Codegear who bought it from Inprise’s (Borland’s) Java IDE (Integrated Development Environment) formerly called Latte. It is similar to Delphi. It does not handle the old JDK (Java Development Kit) 1.0.2, but it does handle Swing, which other similar environments have trouble with. Install into the default directory it suggests. If you alter it to X:\Program Files\Jbuilder\ the jbuilder.bat file will fail because of the space in the directory name. Jbuilder is a big IDE, with tools such as a source level debugger and RAD (Rapid Application Development) development. 256 MB of RAM (Random Access Memory) is a practical minimum. The personal version is free. The Enterprise version is a whopping $2849.00 USD ($2849.00 USD) per seat. It comes with JDK 1.3. It does not work with JDK 1.4. If you have 1.4 installed it will screw things up so you can’t access either version 1.3 or 1.4.

The GUI (Graphic User Interface) Builder layout manager supports many different layouts. The way to control which one is to click this in the bottom left panel then change its layout property.

Their website does not work with Opera, possibly because it demands pop-ups which I have configured off.

I don’t know anyone who uses it.

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