Netbeans for java code
June 29, 2022

Netbeans for java code

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with NetBeans

It's used to write Java code for our company and to maintain our Java-based source code apps. Mostly mobile apps for an android operating system, it makes it easy for us when integrating it with GitHub whenever we make software changes and commit our code for our CI/CD pipelines.
  • Source highlight
  • Git integration
  • Ease of installation
  • UI
  • Easy accessibility to add and compile two projects in same solution.
  • Resource management
  • Ease of installation
  • Source highlight
  • GitHub
  • When we use other ide for Java and this, productivity went up by at least 25%.
  • Errors when commiting code went down significantly.
  • Testing of code is more efficient.
Netbeans is great as a stand-alone java ide and for compiling your java code. The platform provides easy access to better make use of your repos. Between the other ide, NetBeans is easier for us to integrate with android SDK. The only problem is the UI and for all other code needs, you just use visual studio code.

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Would you buy NetBeans again?


It's best suited to maintain your Java applications, it's excellent to integrate with Android SDK, and makes it easy to collaborate and contribute code to your repos when you add git hub. It's easy to clone, commit push and see what others have contributed to the repo so you can pull and merge code.