Full Form of IDE : Integrated Development Environment

What is the full form of IDE ?

No:1. IDE stands for Integrated Development Environment.
No:2. It is a programming environment that contains a lot of things in a single package i.e. code editor, compiler, debugger and what you see is what you get (WYCIWYG).
No:3. It is actually a software application that provides comprehensive facilities to computer programmers for software development.
No:4. It combines all the basic tools that developers need to write or test software.
No:5. This type of environment allows an application developer to write code while compiling, debugging and executing it at the same place.
No:6. It can be a standalone application or a part of one or more compatible applications.

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No:1. The IDE for developing .
No:2. NET applications is Microsoft Visual Studio and IDE for developing Java Application is Eclipse, NetBeans, JDeveloper, MyEclipse, BlueJ, RSA etc.

Another abbreviation of IDE

IDE: Integrated Drive Electronics

No:1. IDE stands for Integrated Drive Electronics.
No:2. It is a standard interface used for connecting motherboard to storage devices like Hard Discs, CD-ROM/ DVD Drives, HDD etc.
No:3. IDE is different from SCSI and ESDI as its controllers are on each drive which allows drivers to directly connect to the controller or motherboard.
No:4. The original IDE had a 16-bit interface that connected two devices to a single ribbon cable.
No:5. IDE was adopted as a standard by ANSI and named for it as Advanced Technology Attachment (ATA).
No:6. The first IDE standard was introduce in 1994, it could support data transfer rates of 8.3 Mbps.
No:7. In 1996, Enhanced IDE was standardized which could support data transfer rates of 16.7 Mbps.

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