0.16. Running the AnagramGame with Eclipse
We now import the existing project into our Eclipse workspace and run the Anagram game once more. Eclipse is a popular IDE with companies, so it is good to have some working knowledge of it. I started with Borland JBuilder, then changed to Eclipse for one year and then finally moved to IntelliJ, which I have used as my main IDE since then. Eclipse has a GUI framework that can give us a native look and feel to our rich client applications. Similarly to NetBeans Platform, we can use Eclipse to build rich applications using their internal framework. However, it is a bit idiosyncratic and can be tricky to configure correctly. Still, I think it is good for you to use it for a bit to get the hang of it, in case you need it for your career.