Eclipse, though sometimes it’s referred as indigo it wears many hats, the main purpose that it does is serve as a platform that can be used to develop software. For the basic eclipse SDK it’s used mainly in the development of java, the plug-in that are available they allow support of many other programs like C++, Clojure and PHP. If the plug-in that you are interested in is not available then you can write your own and be able to contribute to community. For the remote debugging the server development is supported too, as in so many other options like the Web tools. There are so many options they can get so numerous to mention, but for java 7 the support that they need will be particularly welcomed.
The interface will very pretty usable for its clean, and international users will get excited to know that they can use it because it’s supported by multiple languages. The market clients have made it easy to get the browse plug-ins. It’s very handy because if you want to upgrade the old version of the eclipse, the import feature will be helpful with the automatic installation. Someone that is not familiar with Eclipse it might seem a bit daunting, to help with that there are so many documentations and tutorials that can be used.
Eclipse IDE is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in code editor / ide category and is available to all software users as a free download.