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Which is the best IDE?

 
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which is the best IDE to use for developing an application with spring using Glass Fish ?
Eclipse or NetBeans ?
 
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Hi.
In fact, I think it is very hard to answer this question. In my opinion, you can refer to the url below and find your own answer.
http://www.indicthreads.com/2170/eclipse-vs-netbeans/
Regards,
behrman.
 
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Everyone has their own opinion and no one is really wrong.

I personally prefer IntelliJ, but I obviously see you are asking about the two free IDEs.

Guess what, IntelliJ just went open source and has a free version too that has everything for Spring. The main thing missing is being able to run TOmcat or server stuff in IntelliJ, and some other features, but for development of code it is all in the free community version. Anyone can use it.

Mark
 
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You can try both and choose whatever you prefer.
Anyway Spring IDE is an Eclipse plug-in.
 
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Springsource have made it's own flavor of Eclipse SpringSource Tool Suite. At least they are claiming that it is the best And it is free as in beer.
 
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if you're looking for a powerful IDE, personally I'm a huge fan of NaviCoder!
 
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Mark Spritzler wrote:Everyone has their own opinion and no one is really wrong.

I personally prefer IntelliJ, but I obviously see you are asking about the two free IDEs.

Guess what, IntelliJ just went open source and has a free version too that has everything for Spring. The main thing missing is being able to run TOmcat or server stuff in IntelliJ, and some other features, but for development of code it is all in the free community version. Anyone can use it.

Mark



As Mark pointed out, I'm finding working with IntelliJ useful.

Mark: May be you can help me with my question with the IntelliJ https://coderanch.com/t/472081/IDEs-Version-Control-other-tools/Start-Tomcat-from-within-IntelliJ
 
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