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    Unhappy NetBean Vs Eclipse

    Guys , i am working on Eclipse...Never really worked in NetBeans...
    Please put a step forward and share your experiences. Which one is better? or What all flaws did you find in either Eclipse or NetBeans? Which one is better?

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    I use neither, but as it is with any text editor, I believe personal opinion is the main factor. Some people prefer Netbeans, some prefer Eclispe. I suggest you check the sticky thread to vote on your favorite. That thread contains many pros and cons of each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunde887 View Post
    I use neither, but as it is with any text editor, I believe personal opinion is the main factor. Some people prefer Netbeans, some prefer Eclispe. I suggest you check the sticky thread to vote on your favorite. That thread contains many pros and cons of each.
    Hi I am learning Java using Netbeans which is fine however I know that Eclipse has dedicated plugins for Android development which is what I'm interested in. In your opinion could I stick with learning with Netbeans or should I switch to Eclipse now? Thanks

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    Even i am learning . But as far as i know, for a time NetBeans was ruling but as soon as eclipse was introduced it started getting class of people towards it, now these people cant migrate to NetBeans again. As i've not used NetBeans so i dont know pros and cons of it. Technically all kinda plugins are available for eclipse,i am not sure if NetBeans has got that much space.

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    Which is better, vanilla or chocolate ice cream? It comes down to personal taste. The only way you can find out is to try each and see which you prefer. Having someone else tell you which one is better is dumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Se7en View Post
    Hi I am learning Java using Netbeans which is fine however I know that Eclipse has dedicated plugins for Android development which is what I'm interested in. In your opinion could I stick with learning with Netbeans or should I switch to Eclipse now? Thanks
    Netbeans has Kenai (I think that's whay it's called) for Android development.

    Anyway, they're both IDEs. They both do very similar things, in very similar ways. 90% of the plugins you will not need (more like 99% if you're just learning).

    I use whatever the client has on their machines...currently IntelliJ. For day to day work there's really not much difference.

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