Rethinking IDE User Interface

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  • There is a demo of an IDE called "Code Bubbles" that is interesting for debugging and working with well factored code.
  • It may be cumbersome for writing a brand new class and large methods.
  • The IDE is based on Eclipse and only works with Java.
  • There is a beta signup available.
  • More information can be found at http://www.cs.brown.edu/people/acb/codebubbles_site.htm.

There is a very interesting demo of an IDE that uses “Code Bubbles”. I can see using this for debugging and working with well factored code. It seems very cumbersome for writing a brand new class and large methods. The IDE is based on Eclipse and only works with Java. There is a beta signup as well. Go here for more information.

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