Eclipse comes with a large set of different views: They allow the developer to represent the information in various forms and with different angles. Most of these views are navigation oriented: a perfect example for this is the projects view or the Outline view. But over time I add more projects, more resources to my project, and at a certain time things get overwhelming. I have a lot of projects, and I do not want to switch between workspace too often. Yes, I can open and close projects, but this gets cumbersome too. Thankfully, there is a solution in Eclipse: Working Sets.
Small little helpers are the things in a developers hand which can make his life easier and simpler. The advantage with the Eclipse IDE is that there are many such helpers and extensions in the form of extra plugins you can install and use. And one of such a kind are the AnyEdit Tools provided by Andrey Loskutov. That Eclipse plugin comes with a wealth of useful extensions and utilities: