Oracle JDeveloper review

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On startup, JDeveloper prompts for a role selection that customises the IDE

Source:  Oracle

On startup, JDeveloper prompts for a role selection that customises the IDE

The broad assumption with JDeveloper is that you will be working with an application server and a database. A default setup includes a local install of WebLogic which you can start from within the IDE, although of course JDeveloper supports other application servers including the open source GlassFish and even IBM WebSphere.

 

Tim Anderson finds that Oracle's home-grown tool for Java development, JDeveloper, may have a traditional feel, but its smart editor and productivity tools make it particularly useful if you are working with the powerful Oracle ADF.
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