JWriter is one of the simplest Java IDE available, which is suitable not only for learning purpose but also can be used in pofessional development projects. A great tool for the students who have just started learning programming especially in Java. A mature developer uses JWriter because of its simplicity and Editable nature.
JWriter provides nothing but a simple, interactive and intuitive interface for your Project Development. Totally written in Java (using Netbeans IDE). It is a stand alone, portable IDE which can runs no any platform.
Students: JWriter is a must for students who are not mature enough to use Netbeans IDE and want to start coding as soon as possible.
Professional: Professional developers can use it for quickly managing their Mysql JDBC code (JWriter has a Code generator for Mysql) and One can create their own It does not uses the Libraries of Netbeans also. Modular nature of the IDE makes it easily be configurable to suite your production/development requirements.
As a student, i have noticed that when i work on my PC in my room, it is Superb with Netbeans , but some where else, where their is no Netbeans, all i can use is Notepad.
This JWriter is a direct replacement for it , as is gives in built Menu based Compile and run option. For new Programmers, setting classpath, starting command line and then javac and java is really difficult specially when you are working in packages.
Working with JWriter is Pretty Simple.
Download JWriter here.
After the download is finished. Extract and double-click JWriter.jar to launch JWriter IDE. No installation required.
Start writing your program or copy-paste your program.
To run a program, Click Run File
The output and status of the program is displayed at the Output box and the Status Box respectively.
To successfully compile and run your program , you need to have set the Java path on your System.
Jwritter can also be invoke from the command-line especially useful for batch processing and software interfacing.
Goto start type CMD. Navigate the the directory where JWriter.jar is located on command prompt, type java -jar JWriter.jar (This way, you can see the all output of the JWriter for debugging purposes)
Go to the JWriter Directory Type the following at the prompt : java -jar ./JWriter.jar This is our small attempt to make programming simple and intuitive. Ideas are important. We attempt to make it practical.
Project Page : http://jwriter.java.net Download : https://jwriter.dev.java.net/files/documents/8179/117555/JWriter.zip