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81. Borland JBuilder 7 Upgrade
82. Jrun Pro 2.3.3 For Alpha NT
83. Visual Cafe Expert Edition 4.0
84. JBUILDER 8 PERFORM BNDL UPG FRM
85. Visualage for Java Professional
86. Borland JBuilder Enterprise 4.0
87. Allaire JRun Server 3.0/3.1 Advanced
88. VisualCafe Expert 4.5 Upgrade
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89. Borland JBuilder 3.0 Upgrade
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90. Visualage Java Enterprise Upgrade
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91. Visualage Java Enterprise Editon
92. JRUN Server 3.0 Enterprise 4 CPU
93. UPG VISUALAGE DEVELOPER DOMAIN
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94. PowerJ 3.6 Enterprise
95. AE VISUAL J++ V6.0 CD-W9X/NT
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96. WEBGAIN STUDIO 4.5.2
97. JRUN Server 3.0 Professional 1
98. Allaire JRun Server 3.0 Advanced
99. Borland OptimizeIt Suite 4.2
100. Borland JBuilder Pro 4.0

81. Borland JBuilder 7 Upgrade

Asin: B000068ODB
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
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Amazon.com Product Description

JBuilder is the core of Borland's complete solution for the development of Java applications. Borland enables development teams to reduce development costs, deliver consistently high-quality applications, and reduce time-to-market. From within the JBuilder environment, a developer can manage the entire application life cycle from design to deployment.

JBuilder 7 Standard Upgrade is an ideal solution for developers looking for solutions to make Java coding easier. JBuilder Standard Upgrade includes timesaving features such as refactoring, advanced debugging, JDK switching, Javadoc tools, and team development tools.

Use JBuilder's extensible source code editor, compiler, visual designers, and timesaving wizards to rapidly build and deploy Java applications. Maximize development productivity with enhanced refactoring, Javadoc tools, team development, CVS integration, and JDK switching. Speed application development with reusable JavaBeans with source and advanced smart debugging. Speed coding and reduce syntax errors with CodeInsight. Develop and deploy applications on the Windows, Linux, Solaris, and Mac OS platforms. ... Read more


82. Jrun Pro 2.3.3 For Alpha NT

Asin: B00003PNIC
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Allaire
Sales Rank: 13728
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83. Visual Cafe Expert Edition 4.0

Asin: B00002S5J0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Sales Rank: 12554
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Falling Short of Expectations
I've heard so many rave reviews about Visual Cafe, however my experience with the product has been far from productive. The IDE environment is excellent with efficient links to help pages, code helpers as you type in java text, method dropdown lists, object and property lists, and an intuitive wysiwig screen editor. If you are familiar with Microsoft's VB, you should be comfortable with Visual Cafe. However there are some stability problems. The tagged sections (generated code) are fragile and often break with little help on where the error is. Finding and fixing these problems are laborious. In addition I've received Java exceptions as well as the IDE crashing when trying to generate code via the wizards. The problems are not machine related as I tried VCafe on both my home and work pc's. Tech support has been less than enthusiastic to help and generally ignores you unless you pay handsomely. Perhaps the biggest disappointment has been the Java beans for database functionality. Documentation is woefully short, the beans are not easy to customize to your taste, and the learning curve is steep even if you are an expert SQL developer.

I am disappointed because the IDE layout is excellent however the stability issues as well as the poor database related beans make me frustrated with the product. I suggest taking a serious look at Borland's product before purchasing this one. ... Read more


84. JBUILDER 8 PERFORM BNDL UPG FRM

Asin: B00007KH08
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
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85. Visualage for Java Professional Edition 3.0

Asin: B00003W8IH
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IBM
Sales Rank: 8261
Average Customer Review: 3.86 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

IBM's VisualAge for Java is an application development environment for building Java applications, applets, servlets, and JavaBean components. By automatically connecting Java clients to existing server data, transactions, and applications, VisualAge for Java exploits your existing business applications today and enables you to extend your business to the Web. Don't code to low-level interfaces; connect with VisualAge for Java to reach more people, deliver more content, and drive new business opportunities. ... Read more

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best IDE for JAVA 2 Enterprise Edition
Well I used Visual age for java 3.0 on my previous project ... and it was very nice ... It's very easy to create EJBs .. JSPs and testing all those in this IDE it self. .... and I read this book to find out all answers and possible soultions to problems I faced ... It's a nice book and Nice IDE too...

I recommand it for all those who want to use or using J2EE .. Check it out and find how ease is to create J2EE applications.

5-0 out of 5 stars Brilliant IDE, but requires a different development style
Visual Age (latest version is 3.5) is a very productive Java environment, but prepared to change the way you work. It's greatest strengths are: - A great debugger that lets you edit, recompile, inspect variables while you're running your program. It's hard to oversell how great this is -- but it if you are in to XP, you'll like this - A great repository that keeps versions of your methods and classes while you work so you can easily find older versions of things that worked before you 'fixed' them - A rich collection of class, package and project browsers. If you're used to a one-screen-at-a-time IDE, you'll take a while to adjust. - Good feedback on errors (once you've compiled your method)

But there's some catches that really bug people until they get used to them: - VA views development as a method-by-method process; each time you exit a method you save it - The code repository is not file-based, but is logically organized around projects, packages and classes. You'll need to export and import to see it as files. - The UI builder is fine for building widgets, but a lot of people don't like how it handles events with its bean wiring. (My advice, use the UI painter, but code the controller-specific behavior the old-fashioned way)

Finally, there are a couple of things it needs to improve: - integration with other source control is less than perfect - it doesn't support JDK 1.3 yet

Bottom line is that it's the best out there

2-0 out of 5 stars Better than notepad.... but barely
The only real advantage to using Visual Age for Java is its support for team development. Compared to most environments, this IDE is simply behind the times....

The some of the good features are that many people can work on the same class at the same time without any problems, it gives you one function (not one class file) to work on at a time. Integrated JAVADOC and quick and easy formatting.

Some of the bad things are that the IDE does not assist the developer with things that people have come to expect, like drop down lists and the Navigation is very difficult at best!

Overall.... If you have to work in a team, this is something you might want to look into, if not, most other IDE's are better.

5-0 out of 5 stars IDE which puts VJ++, JBuilder, and the rest to shame.
Even though it is litered with IBM technology integration, Visual Age for Java is the best rapid development environment imaginable for Java 1.1.8. If you want Java 2, they have that as well in the form of an early adopters version on their site. Keep in mind that IBM just recently came to an agreement with Sun Microsystems over use of it's Enterprise Edition of the Java platform (1.2.1), so you should soon see that added to this IDE as well as a seperate download for IBM. If you are using Websphere, Visual Age for C++, DB2, or CICS, this package is a must for your business. Buy a lot of licenses, when a developer sees this on your computer he's going to want a copy of his own!

4-0 out of 5 stars IBM VisualAge for Java - tried it - loved it!
I have tried several IDE's for Java ( J++, VisualAge, Java Workshop, Forte'). I found VisualAge to be very friendly - AND - the apps ran as expected. I have a few quibbles. I'm not too sure about the multiple window environments called browsers. There seems to be one for everything with only some differences between them. In addition, I'd like to see it generate an HTML trial page to test run the app as there are differences in runtime output/interaction in a JSP page and the applet viewer. The online documentation search engine sucks. I had lots better luck over at Sun's java site finding what I needed (thank you Sun). Overall, though, I rate VisualAge as my primary Java app builder IDE - no question on that. ... Read more


86. Borland JBuilder Enterprise 4.0

Asin: B00004YUG8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 12931
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87. Allaire JRun Server 3.0/3.1 Advanced Upgrade from 3.0/3.1 Pro

Asin: B00005BHQ4
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Macromedia
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88. VisualCafe Expert 4.5 Upgrade from Any Java IDE

Asin: B00005QXWY
Catlog: Software
Publisher: WebGain
Sales Rank: 13280
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89. Borland JBuilder 3.0 Upgrade
list price: $299.95
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Asin: B0000205YO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 12699
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Amazon.com Product Description

JBuilder 3 Professional is a comprehensive set of award-winning, visual development tools for creating Pure Java, platform-independent business applications, applets, servlets, and JavaBeans for the Java 2 platform. It combines the ease of visual drag-and-drop Java 2 JFC/Swing/dbSwing development, the productivity of 300-plus reusable JavaBeans with source, scalable database tools with complete JDBC connectivity, and an automatic database Application Generator. You can also rapidly build Pure Java database applications using DataExpress and data-aware dbSwing JavaBeans. Visually create reusable DataModules with Data Modeler to speed database development. Debug into any JDK on multiple platforms using the Java 2 graphical debugger. ... Read more


90. Visualage Java Enterprise Upgrade Edition 3.5 Program Pack
list price: $1,499.00
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Asin: B0000501ER
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IBM
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91. Visualage Java Enterprise Editon 3.5 Program Pack English
list price: $2,999.00
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Asin: B00004Z2VZ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IBM
Sales Rank: 13580
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars I can't recommend this Java IDE to anyone
My development shop has been using VAJ Enterprise for several months now, and it's been nothing but trouble. Everyone is having problems. The program will crash, losing all our work. It does not always save the workspace. The CPU utilization randomly remains at 100%, requiring the box to be restarted. We're all running it locally and using the local repository, and yes, Patch 2 has been installed. IBM is no help. It's certainly not worth the price, and there are much better IDE's out there. A friend of mine actually works at IBM, and they don't even use VisualAge for Java as their Java IDE (they use Visual Cafe instead). That speaks volumes. This software is a joke. Also, you can't find a single decent book on this program. ... Read more


92. JRUN Server 3.0 Enterprise 4 CPU License with 2 Year Subscription

Asin: B00004U1QC
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
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93. UPG VISUALAGE DEVELOPER DOMAIN

Asin: B00004S9XO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Lotus Development Corp
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94. PowerJ 3.6 Enterprise
list price: $595.00
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Asin: B000050YER
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Powersoft/Sybase
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95. AE VISUAL J++ V6.0 CD-W9X/NT

Asin: B00006HT7K
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
Sales Rank: 9206
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96. WEBGAIN STUDIO 4.5.2
list price: $4,995.00
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Asin: B00005V6FO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Symantec
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Complete and process-oriented development suite
This is an ideal development environment for start-ups and small organizations that want to cost-effectively implement an entire development environment for Java development and web services. There are a few issues and factors that need to be considered, however, when considering Webgain Studio:
(1) If you are not planning to align the many tools (more about them below) to a software engineering process, you'll probably not benefit from this package. This is because the components that ship with it are designed to work together as a process-oriented environment.
(2) Some of the components come with single-seat licenses, and the database that ships with it (PointBase) is only licensed for internal use (you have to negotiate separate licenses with PointBase if you want to use it with your product, either for internal end users or external customers.
(3) The learning curve is steep because this is really a bundle of tools, many of which come from other vendors.

This bundle includes:
(1) Visual Cafe (enterprise edition), which is a J2EE-compliant development environment that supports JSP, EJB and servlet development for multi-platform targets. It also has integrated UML modeling, JSP debugging and code optimizers. It also comes bundled with TurboXML and Dreamweaver Ultradev, rounding out the development environment with all of the major tools for developing web services and large-scale applications.
(2) StructureBuilder, which allows you to model and generate code using UML. It is very tightly integrated into the Visual Cafe suite.
(3) Business Designer. This is one of the best features of the Webgain Studio bundle and the one that requires a mature software engineering process in order to realize the full benefits from the bundle. The main purpose is to manage requirements and team collaboration. See the product page for Business Designer 2.0 for a more complete review.
(4) Quality Analyzer. This is a software auditing and quality assurance tool that collects and analyzes life cycle metrics. It is NOT an automated test suite, so you are going to need to add those tools to your environment (i.e., WInRunner, etc.). It will do whitebox testing to examine code coverage and has over 50 pre-defined rules for error checking.
(5) Bea WebLogic, which has become a standard J2EE execution platform. While the version that ships with this bundle almost self installs, it comes with a steep learning curve. You also get only a single developer seat license. On the value side of the equation, though, if your development plans include WebLogic this feature alone will save you a substantial amount if you invest in Webgain Studio.

Overall, this bundle puts a full-scale, process-oriented development environment within the reach of small companies that are budget constrained. In many ways it compares favorably to IBM's WebSphere and the Rational suite of tools, and certainly gives developers everything they need to be productive. What I like is the fact that Webgain has not just thrown together a collection of tools, many of which are from third parties, but has paid close attention to integrating them. In that respect the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. It supports the Rational Unified Process and other iterative development life cycle approaches, and also provides the tools to support CMM Level 2 key process areas. These reflect how well Webgain thought through the workflow integration as well as the technical integration of the tools.

What I have not thoroughly investigated is the level of support that Webgain provides for the entire package, and that needs to be factored into your purchasing decision. ... Read more


97. JRUN Server 3.0 Professional 1 CPU License with 2 Year Subscription

Asin: B00004U1Q8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
Sales Rank: 13497
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98. Allaire JRun Server 3.0 Advanced with 2 Year Subscription

Asin: B00005BHQ3
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
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99. Borland OptimizeIt Suite 4.2

Asin: B0000690CN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
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100. Borland JBuilder Pro 4.0

Asin: B00004YUG5
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 5212
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Follow your wildest Java application dreams with Borland's JBuilderPro4.0. You'll find a good balance between what is tried and true (like thatvertical line at 80 characters) and what is new and nifty, all in acustomizable working environment that you can specialize to your needs.

The pleasant surprises that await you extend farther than the familiar feel ofthe Borland development interface. Right off the bat you'll find thatinstallation is easy and includes several applications in one sitting. Unlikemany other applications, Borland's JBuilder Pro 4.0 offers a tip of the daythatis actually useful, offering hints, shortcuts, and development-related advice(rather than warning you that plaids and stripes don't match). Theprogrammer'sdocumentation is thorough--examples and tutorials will lead you toward ahigherunderstanding of common tasks like database work and graphical interfacedesign.And to top it all off, JBuilder Pro 4.0 has the uncommon feature of lettingthedeveloper switch easily between different versions of the Java Developer's Kit(JDK).

But the most impressive feature award must go to Swing Integration--the latestthing for GUI design in Java. This feature has lots of built-in goodies forcustomizing the look and feel of your application and makes it easier overalltoconnect to the database. Take the wizards for a spin and see how easy andsimplethis can be.

And you won't be able to overlook the Enterprise Java Bean (EJB) Builder,whichalso offers good integration with the database and makes things a lot easiertohandle. You'll also find wizards in this area that streamline some of the morecommon tasks.

The getting started guide will give you a great introduction to theapplicationand to Java. And if you're coming in with experience from a differentapplication, this guide will have you off and running with a good array ofsample code. Between this tutorial, the documentation, and the wizards, you'llfind 90 percent of the developer's basic tasks covered. And for thoseintermediate-level users, you'll probably be more impressed with what's notmissing rather than the flashy bells and whistles: the hot keys are all in theright places, the buttons are where you'd expect to find them, and you won'tbeforced to learn a dramatically different set of commands or menus.

And when you're ready, printing in JBuilder is unusually nice. If you'resomeonewho cringes at the thought of code in printed form, you'll be delighted tofindplenty of features that let you pick how you want your work to look. Optionslike color-coded text and optional line numbering are definite plusses andmakepeer code reviews easy. --Emilie Dirks ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars JAVA - Language that will never die...
If you are the kind a guy that likes challenges and off course, that like to learn, this is the right language for you. But don't expect to be easy either. It is a very complex language that will give thousends of different choices of how to used. For example: you can use it to make applets to a website on the internet, you can use to make objects to use in other programing languages and off course, you can use to make the best software ever.(If you have the pacience...)" And this software(Jbuider), offers you all kind of tools to make your life a lot easier, but don't expect that the software will do it everything for you, because it won't. You still need to have a big knowledge of the language.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice - but far too expensive
This version of JBuilder is speedier than the JBuilder 3.x series and more responsive on lesser machines. Some touches of the IDE put it (in my opinion) at the top of its league. However, I can barely believe how expensive it is. The cheap foundation version can only be used with JDK v1.3. JDK switching is disabled unless you spend ... on the Professional version. I'm not sure what they're charging for since the core of the JDK is free. They are pricing themselves out of the contest, just like Borland did with Delphi. For much of my own usage, JBuilder becomes a glorified text editor with debugging capability. Nice as it may be, I may save ... and just use Forte! ... Read more


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