NetBeans 6.5 Reviews from Developers


1. NetBeans IDE Delivers For C/C++ Development -- All In A Day's Work, 1/25
After a search and test of various compilers, debuggers, make utilities and editors, blogger Jubz N'Djamena believed that NetBeans 6.5 IDE delivered best in a centralized integrated environment. He noted that Sun had built a separate NetBeans IDE for C/C++ development that quite nicely integrated with Cygwin tools. Jubz commented,"It can't be easier than this," and called NetBeans "quick, intuitive and straightforward."
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2. My latest addiction -- Joseph Sniderman, 1/25
Joseph Sniderman begins by declaring, "NetBeans. I'm hooked. I admit it." Following the recommendations of a recently purchased book on Java development, Joseph installed NetBeans and fell in love. He is using the IDE to develop a web application that could be used by a diner or small restaurant to track sales.

3. NetBeans for C++? -- Susheel's Blog, 1/24
Blogger Susheel is using NetBeans primarily for C++ development. He found the IDE "solidly built" and easy to navigate with "clean and sweet" interface. He added that not only did NetBeans run smoothly, but also boasted "excellent fast code completion features." He enjoyed the intellisense feature, and noted that the real-time syntax checker also deserved praise. In the end, Susheel was extremely impressed.

4. NetBeans revisited: Code Completion for Code-igniter -- My Beloved PHP, 1/23
The blogger found NetBeans a different kind of software. "Netbeans 6.5 is good software, out of the box it offers code completion and validation for PHP, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript including JQuery and Mootools," he noted. He added that NetBeans also let users easily implement CodeIgniter powers, which offers code completion for native Active record classes, libraries and helper functions.

5. Extremely Useful NetBeans Shortcuts -- PHP Magazine, 1/23
Victor Farazdagi had been solely relying on NetBeans for PHP and Java coding, and was absolutely delighted with its performance. He exclaimed, "So far, it's beyond my wildest expectations. I am totally satisfied with that great IDE." Victor was pleased to discover several time-saving keyboard shortcuts, and was inspired to share several of his own shortcuts.

Comments:

Validation feature for HTML, CSS, and JavaScript including JQuery feature looks good.
Was this feature missing in NetBeans 6.1 ?

Posted by Bhavya on February 08, 2009 at 03:21 AM EST #

Hello Bhavya,

Thanks for your interest in NetBeans. CSS validation support started in 6.5. There was html validation in 6.1 although this has been enhanced in 6.5. JavaScript jQuery support was there in 6.1 as well.

Posted by Chhandomay on February 10, 2009 at 03:11 AM EST #

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