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JBuilder

(Java Builder) A family of Java development tools from Embarcadero Technologies (www.embarcadero.com). Originally from Borland, JBuilder supports the Java EE platform and is used to create all types of Java applications and applets, including support for JavaBeans, Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs), JSPs and servlets. See Java EE.
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NetBeans, Eclipse, and JBuilder are examples of Java IDE's that include form-builders enabling JavaBean drag-and-drop design features.
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Under the terms of the agreement, Borland would distribute and support the Sony Ericsson Java Software Development Kit (SDK) through the Borland JBuilder 9 Mobile Edition in order to accelerate the application development lifecycle for wireless Java based devices.
Thus Microsoft Visual Studio is limited to developing for Windows, while Borland's JBuilder and IBM's WebSphere Studio Application Developer are strictly Java tools.