Overall Satisfaction with Eclipse
We are using Eclipse for building modern apps for multiple platforms such as Android, web, and desktop. Eclipse made it easy to deploy applications on cloud platforms due to the availability of plugins, and it is very easy to build a maven project based on Java using Eclipse. I have been using Eclipse for more than 5 years for both desktop and web-based application development. Vibrant support for the various tools of the Java enterprise makes the development of web-based applications a lot more effective and time-saving.
- Simplified IDE makes it easy to write clean and efficient code.
- Debugging is very easy in Eclipse.
- Sometimes it crashes on loading big projects.
- More language support is required such as python.
- We built a project prototype based on Java server pages using Eclipse.
- We also developed an open-source emotional polarity classifier.
Eclipse offers all the features in the other IDEs but without any cost. It also is memory efficient as compared to other IDEs. Various themes are available in eclipse and we can customize it according to our needs very easily. The Windows Toolkit allows us to build desktop applications using the Swing library and AWT library.
Eclipse support is very responsive and I believe that regular updates and improvements are being made by the team to make the IDE better and robust to use. Eclipse also provides the feature to report any bug instantly directly to the support team. They respond to the report very fast and take quick action.
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Since it is a modern development IDE, it can be used by both novices and experts alike to build effective applications and software. Working on Eclipse makes it very comfortable to write code and debug it. It is also free to use and we don't need to spend money to get Eclipse. Vibrant plugins are offered in the Eclipse marketplace as well.