Interesting results so far - you can still vote.
on August 28, 2009 at 07:33 PM CEST
So far for Java/J2EE based development, I feel NetBeans is better, cleaner with lots of Good Support.
IDE's I have used are Eclipse, Visual Studio, Visual Age for Java , Rational Application Developer, Websphere Application Developer, little bit of jDeveloper.
Anything which comes closer to NetBeans in terms of documentation is MS -Visual Studio and to some extent jDeveloper.
not even highly popular
Eclipse.- Documentation not helpful.
Still NetBeans has some ground to cover to become the best - But so far full marks to them. SUN Microsystems has come up with a better one.
I used to dislike java IDE's not anymore after NetBeans.
We also would like to see the results.
Thanks & Best Regards
on August 29, 2009 at 05:05 AM CEST
IntelliJ is the best, hands down
on August 31, 2009 at 04:26 PM CEST
For Java, I would vote for Netbeans, as it simple and good.
But one need the right and robust tool for your requirements. So I understand, if one would vote for Eclipse, MyEclipse, RAD ;)
on September 09, 2009 at 12:52 AM CEST
Thanks Adam to you reply on 88th Airhacks TV to this question, migrating to Quarkus 2+ version solved the issue.
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