Thomas Inglis

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In June 2001, Borland released the latest version of the JBuilder series. Borland is an ever-popular presence in the Java IDE market, but with most IDEs now offering the same functionality, is there anything to set JBuilder apart? It must be said from the outset, JBuilder 5 boasts some very nice features "on the box." IDEs have been screaming out for the packages and integration of technologies that JBuilder 5 promises are "under the hood." Rapid J2EE application development XML tools Deployment to multiple application servers Team development file management integration with MS Source- Safe, Rational Clearcase, and CVS JSP JavaBeans Features Borland seems to have packed everything possible into JBuilder 5. Initially, there were some reservations regarding how all these features, such as team development tools, would be presented and managed. The chaps at Borland wou... (more)