IDE, IDE, the IDE's of
March -- Dante's Journal, 3/9
Dante Daffodil used NetBeans to make tight and portable Java-based web
pages and programs. He liked that NetBeans not only supported C++
applications, but it could also make portable codes.
- Working with XML Schemas -- Java Hair, 3/9
While working with XML schemas, Robert Nocera used NetBeans to generate
a Canonical XML Schema and found that because NetBeans provided 3
different views to work with, the conversions were much easier.
Scrollable JDesktopPane on NetBeans -- Sidudun, 3/9
Arif N. used NetBeans for creating a Multiple Document Interface
application, and found it made Swing GUI development "far easier." Arif
also shared the source code of what he developed.
as a platform for software -- Miscellaneous notes from BM,
The blogger evaluated NetBeans as a platform for creating plugins and
applications, and said, "quite nice stuff, technically way better than
Eclipse and overall impression is pleasant."
an IDE for Ruby, Rails and so much more -- The dynamic
The blogger discussed his RubyMine experience, and said, "NetBeans with
Ruby support was the one that provided the best IDE experience so far."
He also included a list of the shared features of RubyMine and NetBeans
that he liked the most.
IDE 5.5 final with all add ons -- Rapid Leech, 3/8
The blogger reviewed NetBeans 5.5, and praised the IDE for its ability
to install quickly and run on a plethora of platforms.
8. Simple web project
file management -- Delicious robots blog, 3/8
In sharing his file management system for personal files, Stephen A.
said he uses NetBeans 6.7 M2 as his personal IDE and was happy to see
that it offered excellent PHP / HTML support. Stephen included his
source code as well.
Eclipse Comparison -- Technology, Architecture and loads of
Senthilkumar Ravindran had low opinions for non-Eclipse IDE's before
using NetBeans 6.5, but found NetBeans was superior in UI, UML
modeling, and greater focus on J2EE environments. He concluded his post
by saying that he looked forward to seeing a "David vs. Goliath fight"
between NetBeans and Eclipse.
6.7 M2, PHP and Remote Development -- Kingdom of Roi, 3/5
Roy Buyuksimkesyan liked using NetBeans so much he decided to give up
on other tools - Zend Studio and VI. Roy enjoyed the NetBeans UI and
useability on his Mac, but disappointed it did not have a remote server
explorer and couldn't open files by just browsing the file explorer.