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What's better? Eclipse or Netbeans IDE


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Leroydeploy9

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Just wondering what people think of the two IDE's and if anyone has a preference and why?

I've been using netbeans but i like how Eclipse has lot more activity for it's plugins.

Does anyone have any experience with both and can explain some of the pros and cons?


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I'm not using these(I'm using JetBrains PHPStorm), but I did a little research for you, maybe these links help you a bit:

 

https://netbeans.org...rm/compare.html

http://www.wikivs.co...pse_vs_Netbeans

http://mobiledevices...vs-IntelliJ.htm

http://www.theserver...pse-vs-NetBeans

http://gualtierotest...res-vs-eclipse/


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NetBeans is my preference. It runs more like a word processor. I can jump into a drawing program to make a quick Icon, or surf the internet while NetBeans is running. NetBeans lets you enter textbook code -- something a lot of the IDEs out there won't accomodate. I do like the FormBuilder in NetBeans. I do think NetBeans, with the C/C++ plug-in is the fastest way to write C/C++ code. NetBeans is also the choice of Oracle Java tutorials.


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