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
The performance seamed to roughly triple as well with the native version. Although that could be maybe be explained by caching.
Or just reenter the login details once, and it should be fine after that.
That works too.
Oh. This is almost as ugly as the SOAP is :-)
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