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Difference between Net beans and Eclipes

Posted 28 April 2019 - 08:27 PM

Hi guys, I just want to ask which is much more easier to use, the net beans or the Eclipes in terms of:

  • speed and performance
  • memory usage
  • usability
  • GUI designing/click and drag
  • others you may know


Feel free to add up some ideas if those are not in the list.

Thanks
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Re: Difference between Net beans and Eclipes

Posted 28 April 2019 - 08:42 PM

I enjoy Eclipse because I can switch between quite a few language project types.. but that has.. ah.. been eclipsed by Visual Studios.
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Re: Difference between Net beans and Eclipes

Posted 28 April 2019 - 09:02 PM

you mean that visual studio platform has eclipes as well?

is the GUI options/click and drag really easy in the visual studio platform?
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Re: Difference between Net beans and Eclipes

Posted 28 April 2019 - 09:54 PM

No.. VS as an alternative IDE to those both.
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Re: Difference between Net beans and Eclipes

Posted 28 April 2019 - 10:10 PM

*Moved to Java Discussion Lounge*

There aren't good GUI Builders for Java. You should avoid them like the bubonic plague. The code produced by these GUI Builders is horrid and unmaintainable.

Aside from that, Java is not really used for building desktop applications anymore (outside of the standardized testing market- eg., state standardized exams, the GRE, the CLEP tests, etc.). So it's not worth learning Swing or JavaFX unless you have to do so. The primary uses for Java are in developing enterprise applications (J2EE), Android, or as a teaching language in schools.
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Re: Difference between Net beans and Eclipes

Posted 29 April 2019 - 12:32 AM

Previously I found NetBeans a pleasanter environment to be in, a little faster than eclipse and easier to configure. I found eclipse a pain to configure and manage plugins.
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Re: Difference between Net beans and Eclipes

Posted 24 June 2019 - 02:00 AM

Well, I absolutely agree with other people saying "do not build GUI with Java" and "do not use GUI Builders in IDE"

I used Eclipse many years. The problem with Eclipse was:
- stability. this thing was not stable, crashed after updates
- plugin configuration. every time you doing something with plugins - there was a probability of crash

One day I tried... IntelliJ IDEA
And it just worked. Everything I need was already there, so no need for plugins.
Stable.
You can configure IntelliJ to use Eclipse hotkeys - so you do not need to use new hotkeys.

And you do not need to pay (ignore all this "enterprise" stuff). I'm using IntelliJ community edition 2016 and it... just works )))
I do not update it (why should I ?)
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