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What is the best IDE for you?

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What is the best IDE for you?

Eclipse - Eclipse Fundation
77
75%
JDeveloper - Oracle
2
2%
NetBeans - Sun Microsystems
6
6%
IntelliJ IDEA - JetBrains
15
15%
Others
2
2%
 
Total votes: 102

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What is the best IDE for you?

Post by noturnopc » Sat May 11, 2013 9:30 pm

Eclipse - IBM
JDeveloper - Oracle
NetBeans - Sun Microsystems
Last edited by Zoey76 on Thu Jun 20, 2013 1:15 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Added poll and sticky.

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Re: What is the best IDE for you?

Post by riceone » Thu Jun 20, 2013 8:45 am

The best JDeveloper - Oracle
I use it very cool :wink:




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Re: What is the best IDE for you?

Post by jurchiks » Thu Jun 20, 2013 8:48 am

Maybe someone uses IntelliJ IDEA?
If you have problems, FIRST TRY SOLVING THEM YOURSELF, and if you get errors, TRY TO ANALYZE THEM, and ONLY if you can't help it, THEN ask here.
Otherwise you will never learn anything if all you do is copy-paste!
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Re: What is the best IDE for you?

Post by Zoey76 » Thu Jun 20, 2013 1:09 pm

Eclipse is currently developed by Eclipse Foundation.
Using Eclipse Photon 4.8 - JDK10.0.2 - MySQL 8.0.12 - L2J Server :+1:
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Re: What is the best IDE for you?

Post by jurchiks » Thu Jun 20, 2013 3:06 pm

Suggestion: change topic title to "What is your favourite IDE for Java?".
"Best" is a very subjective term, and I use Eclipse for Java and PHPStorm for PHP coding because the Eclipse PDT sucks enormously.
If you have problems, FIRST TRY SOLVING THEM YOURSELF, and if you get errors, TRY TO ANALYZE THEM, and ONLY if you can't help it, THEN ask here.
Otherwise you will never learn anything if all you do is copy-paste!
Discussion breeds innovation.

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Re: What is the best IDE for you?

Post by burrito » Thu Jun 27, 2013 2:41 am

Ya should probably be renamed, i highly doubt everyone has tested all of these, i know i have not, ive only used Eclipse out of the ones listed, and its great to me, but i suppose i could experiment.

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Re: What is the best IDE for you?

Post by Inglourious » Sat Jun 29, 2013 5:09 pm

Eclipse

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Re: What is the best IDE for you?

Post by Szponiasty » Thu Jul 25, 2013 10:37 am

jurchiks wrote:Maybe someone uses IntelliJ IDEA?
I'm using, for 1.5 year already. And won't change to any other :) Best IDE
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Re: What is the best IDE for you?

Post by jurchiks » Thu Jul 25, 2013 11:02 am

Yeah, PHPStorm made by the same company rocked my pants off, and since Eclipse has lately seemed really slow/buggy (and my home PC is VERY good, win exp index = 7.5 for CPU, 7.9 for everything else), I'm seriously thinking about switching over too.
The only thing I don't like is that their formatter does not have an option "trim trailing whitespace, but keep indentation on empty lines". Maybe that has been added, but a while back when I tried it, it wasn't there and a quick google research resulted in forum posts about it where devs said "we don't need it".
If you have problems, FIRST TRY SOLVING THEM YOURSELF, and if you get errors, TRY TO ANALYZE THEM, and ONLY if you can't help it, THEN ask here.
Otherwise you will never learn anything if all you do is copy-paste!
Discussion breeds innovation.

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Re: What is the best IDE for you?

Post by Szponiasty » Thu Jul 25, 2013 11:56 am

jurchiks wrote:Yeah, PHPStorm made by the same company rocked my pants off, and since Eclipse has lately seemed really slow/buggy (and my home PC is VERY good, win exp index = 7.5 for CPU, 7.9 for everything else), I'm seriously thinking about switching over too.
The only thing I don't like is that their formatter does not have an option "trim trailing whitespace, but keep indentation on empty lines". Maybe that has been added, but a while back when I tried it, it wasn't there and a quick google research resulted in forum posts about it where devs said "we don't need it".
Uh? Intelij has option to trim trailing whitespaces. And u can also enable tons of usefull "hidden" features :) (eg. awesome live templates: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1211 ... plete-list :))
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Re: What is the best IDE for you?

Post by jurchiks » Thu Jul 25, 2013 1:25 pm

Yeah, the option is there, but it empties blank lines leaving no indentation (unless it has been fixed). I'm used to having blank lines indented same as the code before/after them.
If you have problems, FIRST TRY SOLVING THEM YOURSELF, and if you get errors, TRY TO ANALYZE THEM, and ONLY if you can't help it, THEN ask here.
Otherwise you will never learn anything if all you do is copy-paste!
Discussion breeds innovation.

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Re: What is the best IDE for you?

Post by lord_rex » Thu Aug 01, 2013 10:04 pm

simple windows notepad forever (L)
You're right. I have forgotten how to act like a normal human being. And I play games and I lie and I trick people to avoid the truth of how I feel.
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Re: What is the best IDE for you?

Post by UnAfraid » Thu Aug 01, 2013 10:18 pm

lord_rex wrote:simple windows notepad forever (L)
Nah it doesn't support unix line ending :D
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Re: What is the best IDE for you?

Post by lord_rex » Fri Aug 02, 2013 10:14 am

UnAfraid wrote:
lord_rex wrote:simple windows notepad forever (L)
Nah it doesn't support unix line ending :D
ah, true.. You caught me! Ofc, I use Eclipse.
You're right. I have forgotten how to act like a normal human being. And I play games and I lie and I trick people to avoid the truth of how I feel.
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Re: What is the best IDE for you?

Post by JavaMan » Fri Aug 02, 2013 11:55 pm

Idea is the best. One bad thing - it doesn't have official plugin for sbt.

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