IDE

An integrated development environment (IDE) might be the best way to go if you are a software developer and need to be aware of all parts of your project at the same time. IDEs usually come with built-in compilers, source editors, revision managers and a lot more useful features.

Attila Kolinger

4.5 on 6 votes

Codelobster Software

3.9 on 7 votes

Cognitec Systems, Inc.

5 on 4 votes

The Lua for Windows Project and Lua and Tecgraf, PUC-Rio

3.7 on 6 votes

The TortoiseSVN team

4 on 5 votes

Scientific Toolworks, Inc.

4.4 on 5 votes

Lugaru Software, Ltd.

4.3 on 9 votes

Rockwell Automation, Inc

3.7 on 6 votes

JKI

4 on 6 votes

CollabNet

5 on 4 votes

Smart-ActiveX

3.6 on 8 votes

Harald Heim & Alex Hunter

5 on 5 votes

LSIS

3.1 on 20 votes

IBM Corporation

3.6 on 8 votes

Fantaisie Software

5 on 4 votes

IDM Computer Solutions, Inc

4.4 on 5 votes

Oshon Software

3.2 on 11 votes

OSIsoft

5 on 5 votes

NVIDIA Corporation

4.7 on 6 votes

Igor Malinovskiy

4.8 on 4 votes

Daniel Diaz

5 on 3 votes

Microchip

4.8 on 4 votes

Smartface

4.3 on 4 votes

STMicroelectronics

5 on 5 votes

Avaya Inc.

5 on 3 votes

Mazin sw

4 on 6 votes

Daniel van Blerkom, Khang Dao, Michael Katz, Douglas Orleans, and Sanford Owings

2.8 on 12 votes

Pitney Bowes Software

4.3 on 4 votes

Prof. Chuck Kelly

4.5 on 6 votes