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originally posted in:Programmers and Devs
Edited by L00: 3/27/2013 11:48:24 AM
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Your Preferred IDE

I'm just curious what IDE you use, whether it's notepad or some super high-tech, stolen-government-secret program. I have, in the past, used various versions of these 3: [url=http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/eng/products/visual-studio-express-products]Microsoft Visual Studio[/url] [url=http://www.eclipse.org]Eclipse[/url] [url=http://www.netbeans.org]Netbeans[/url] They've all got some advantages and disadvantages, of course, but I've used Eclipse the most lately just because of how well it seems to work for the Android programming I've been dabbling in. [url=http://notepad-plus-plus.org/download/v6.3.1.html]Notepad++[/url] [url=http://www.textpad.com/download/]Textpad[/url] [url=https://developer.apple.com/xcode/]Xcode[/url] [url=http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/tdrc/index.cfm?product=design_standard] Adobe Design Standard CS6[/url]
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    dazarobbo
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    online-552198989 - old

    - Visual Studio for C# and C++ - NetBeans for PHP, Java, and occasionally Javascript - Komodo Edit occasionally for Javascript (it's probably the best IDE for it) - Eclipse for Java (when developing for Android) - Notepad++ for anything in general or web-related on a whim (PHP, Javascript, HTML)
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  • Edited by EpicPineapple: 10/15/2013 7:28:30 PM
    Sublime text. It's Notepad++ without the barebonesness, Eclipse/VS without the clunkyness, and Vim without the wtfness.
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    MoonDawg
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    A light in the dark. - old

    I use regular Notepad like a real man. Just kidding, Notepad++ is my baby.
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  • I like text editors/command line so I mostly use gEdit. Out of IDEs, I've used eclipse the most.
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  • Notepad++ and visual studio for C#
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  • I'm going to be the lonely Xcode guy aren't I.
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    • notepad ++ for the most part.
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    • MS paint, everything else is just for script kiddies.
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      I've added some links to current versions of the ones mentioned in the thread so far. Seems like the vast majority are free or at least allow a free trial.
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    • CS5 for AS3. VS2012 for C# Notepad++ for screwing around.
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    • Visual studio 2013 or notepad++
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    • I use eclipse for Java also so its pretty good also has a range of plugins. Also Visual Studio and Mono for C# not touched netbeans and finally Notepad++ :)
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