CLion

CLion

Score 9.1 out of 10
CLion

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What is CLion?

JetBrains offers CLion, a cross-platform IDE for C and C+.
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Pricing

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CLion for Individuals

$8.90

Cloud
per month

CLion for Organizations

$19.90

Cloud
per user, per month

All Products Pack for Individuals

$24.90

Cloud
per month

Entry-level set up fee?

  • No setup fee

Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services

Starting price (does not include set up fee)

  • $8.90 per month
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Product Details

What is CLion?

JetBrains offers CLion, a cross-platform IDE for C and C+.

CLion Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationNo

Frequently Asked Questions

JetBrains offers CLion, a cross-platform IDE for C and C+.

CLion starts at $8.9.

Reviewers rate Support Rating highest, with a score of 8.2.

The most common users of CLion are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees).
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Reviews

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Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
CLion is best suited for day to day IDE for C and c++ programming projects. It integrates inbuilt support for GNU Compiler Collection (gcc) and works like a breeze on linux and *nix based platforms. While using this CLion IDE for different versions of projects, we faced a little difficulty to compare the differences of two versions of same file. This could be taken care of in next versions.
Muhammad Arifur Rahman | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
It's a great fit if you’re looking for a user-friendly C++ IDE; comfortable with using Vim; looking for a fast, intuitive UI; or teaching your students C/C++. It wouldn’t be a good fit if you’re more comfortable with command-line based IDEs or planning to code in multiple languages, as it only supports C and C++.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
According to our evaluation procedure, there is nothing better on the market for embedded development, both in C and in C++. It's a wonderful solution for mixed projects using low-level languages together with high-level languages such as Java. It may not work perfectly well with older projects with big source code bases, which are compiled and built using Make.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
It is very fast, mobile and easy to use compared to other IDEs. It even runs on Lubuntu, which contributes to mobility and speed. Its debugging features are just good and sufficient for any kind of software development issues. I love how I am able to track every integer in my array and linked list. This helps the debugging a lot because where some people see memory management and software development a more abstract idea, CLion makes it a concrete, physical, real thing with its debugging features, which in the end results in faster debugging and development for the customer and developer. We're using CLion for C and C++ program developments and it's perfectly appropriate so far that I did not see any circumstance that CLion is not appropriate yet.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
CLion is suitable for any software development purpose I can think of, and probably many more than I have no envisioned. It joins offerings from Intel, Microsoft and the like providing a quality IDE that produces quality code. It checks all of the boxes a developer wants it to check. The only place it's probably not your best tool is if you are heavily invested in another IDE. In that case, I'd always recommend sticking to organizational standards for production work and explore competitive alternatives in the lab.
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