Cross-platform development environment with development and testing tools for Qt applications. Includes C++ code editor, context-sensitive help system, visual debugger, source code management and project and build management tools.
Framework for developing applications in Java SE, Java ME, Java EE and JavaFX. Contains a debugger, profilers, Swing GUI builder, teamwork and Java EE 5 support, plus plug-in modules and a platform for rich-client applications. Can also process C/C++ as well as Groovy and PHP scripting languages.
A software platform for creating rich internet applications (RIA). Features a compiler, runtime tools and libraries, as well as NetBeans IDE. Other features include customisable UI controls, new layout classes (tile, stack, flow, ClipView, panel), support for RSS/Atom Feeds and a revised model for asynchronous operational processes. Further information can be found at heise online.
Compact text editor for a range of operating systems, primarily intended for writing source code. Includes syntax fragment highlighting and a multitude of functions for more than 60 programming languages.
Component-based PHP framework for developing complex web applications. Developed according to the criteria for object-oriented programming. Provides MVC, DAO/ActiveRecord, internationalisation and localisation of different functions to create technically complex Web 2.0 applications.
Development environment (SDK), formerly called ATI Stream, that enables you to use the computing power of AMD graphics card shader processors for processor-intensive tasks. The Brook+ compiler can currently handle 8- and 16-bit data types. It ensures interoperability with the DirectX API and provides improved support for Visual Studio 2008.
C++ development environment that can be extended by adding plug-ins and which supports standard compilers such as GCC, Borland C++ 5.5 and Open Watcom. Has syntax highlighting, tabs and to-do lists. Fast and secure download from The H