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By prashantdeva
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Submitted: Mar 23 2013 / 21:42

I absolutely love it when a product completely obviates a need for certain process/step to the the point that you never even have to think about it. This is why I love Eclipse over all other IDEs. In Eclipse, your project is always compiled.
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Jonathan Lermitage replied ago:

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Hi, nowadays, main majors IDEs have adopted the "intelligent background compilation/deployment" process of Eclipse. NetBeans implemented it since a few releases already, and it works very well for ant/maven desktop and webapp applications (I use this feature everyday too) ;) Anything else: have you tried JRebel? If you like no-compilation/deployment, you should make a try: it is simply amazing. It is free for OOS an many types of projects, and it is well integrated with IDEs.

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