Immediate Window Equivalent in Eclipse

Well, I use the Immediate Window in Visual Studio a lot; so at first I had some problems getting used to Eclipse. However, It appears that Eclipse also has this feature =) and unlike VS it allows you to write a long piece of code and execute it.(As far as I know, in VS you enter 1 line of code and it executes it, so there is no group code executing)

While in VS it was easier to use(you have to select the code, right click it and select execute,display or inspect in Eclipse), it still is a great asset.
This functionality is hidden under the Display tab, which is not visible at first. So, you have to enable it from Window/Show View/Other.. and select the Display tab.

Below is a screenshot of it:

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Mobil Uygulama Geliştirme

Note: This is the Turkish version of an introductory article about Mobile Application Development.

Not 2: Bu yazıya aynı zamanda buradan da ulaşabilirsiniz.

Merhaba arkadaşlar,

Son zamanlarda mobil uygulama geliştirmekle uğraşıyorum, ve sizlere de bir giriş yazısı hazırlayayım dedim.

Bu yazıda mobil uygulama geliştirmede hedefleyebileceğiniz çeşitli platformlardan, bunlar için uygulama geliştirilebilecek programlama dillerinden, kullanabileceğiniz IDElerden, ve telefon spesifik SDKlardan bahsedeceğim.

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Java IDEs

Recently, I needed to head out into the Java environment to write servlets, jsps, and JME applications for a project that I am enrolled in at my internship. So I looked up for IDEs(integrated development environment) to work with. I have used Eclipse and NetBeans until now and I think NetBeans is the best based on my experience and the articles that I have read on the internet. I really don’t know why Eclipse is known around so much better than NetBeans. The NetBeans IDE comes with sample applications for EJB, UML, JSF. And also you can develop JSF applications visually with the editor.

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