browser is a utility that lets you analyse information contained in class
files. JBrowser is highly functional Java class browser from Man
Machine systems. It reads class and jar files and displays all class
members (including private elements) in an easy-to-navigate view. Unlike
many Java browsers, source code is not required to browse. However, if
source is available, our class browser provides additional
It displays Javadoc help extracted from the source; there is
no need for additional help files.
Double clicking on an element opens the source context in an
set up bookmarks and even attach annotations for subsequent review. One of
the most useful features of the class browser is its ability to show
dependencies across classes and members. For instance, you can find out
which classes override a method, which methods throw a specific exception,
which methods access/modify an instance variable, and so on. This kind of
information is quite handy if you are working with third party libraries,
or just the JDK.
even a hot key that pops up the class browser when you are working within
some other application or you favourite IDE.
short, JBrowser is a Java class file browser you must have in your