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Thread: IntelliJ or Eclipse for Web Development

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    Default IntelliJ or Eclipse for Web Development

    Hello Everyone, I am working on a freelance web development project and I want to know which java ide is best for development between IntelliJ and Eclipse. Yesterday i was searching the find the main difference between them and I found this https://www.interview.com/blog/intellij-vs-eclipse/ source, According to it eclipse is using for advanced programmers and complex projects and it's free but I have no idea about IntelliJ. Can anyone suggest me?

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    Default Re: IntelliJ or Eclipse for Web Development

    I have tried NetBeans. NetBeans looks to be a good IDE. They have all the functions. Deployment of class files. Making Jar files. Saving Jar files. They have a good editor for the programmer to work on. It says run successful. Then you'll know that the file is good. If you're going to make class files from a IDE and deploy it from that computer, then that wouldn't be a problem. Source file is you. Then there's the destination where the files would go. What website. So you'd be as a developer working with the webmaster of that website. For changes to happen. That would be one example of use for NetBeans. Knowing the files work first, before using it.

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