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Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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· mbugua_lee

Netbeans IDE

Netbeans 7.3 support HTML5 and Javascript. Its an ideal platform for new developers looking to get their hands dirty with Java, PHP, C++. Moreover its fast and stable both on windows OS and Linux as well MAC. Download today and experience a new way to get things done.

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5746
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Sorry, but I am going to have to do this:
Sublime Text

over 1 year ago ·
5748

I use Sublime text as well but Netbeans has far much better features than Sublime text.

over 1 year ago ·
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@mbugua_lee I have used both as well, and when it comes to most web development (my particular focus) I prefer sublime text. Additionally, the simple ability to switch between themes, fonts, plugins, files, etc. on the fly pretty much wins it for me.

Edit: Please list some of those features, I would love to be enlightened

over 1 year ago ·
5751

I'm sorry, @mbugua_lee, but this post sounds like a blatant and biased press release.

-"Moreover its fast and stable both on windows OS and Linux as well MAC"
no it's not, it's notoriously heavy and you won't get it running smoothly without a sh*tload of RAM.

-"a new way to get things done."
a new way? what are you talking about? there are a lot of alternatives that do exactly the same thing.

don't get me wrong, I do use Netbeans indeed, but I wouldn't ever endorse blindly like this. In the end the IDE choice comes purely to personal preference, and imo you didn't make any valid point to explain yourself.

over 1 year ago ·