Integrated development environment

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An Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is a software application designed to help develop new software more quickly and easily. It usually includes a source code editor (essentially a text editor with extra features such as syntax highlighting, code completion or structural navigation), a compiler and a debugger. Some more advanced IDEs have features such as version control, automatic refactoring, integration with application servers, GUI builder and RAD tools.

Multi-Language IDEs

C/C++ IDEs

Java IDEs

Web Development (PHP/HTML) IDEs

Other IDEs

See also

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