IDE or the Integrated Development Environment is one of the most important components of a coder's life as it provides essential comprehensive facilities to programmers for software development.
1. Microsoft Visual Studio Microsoft Visual Studio is an IDE from Microsoft which is used to develop computer programs, websites, web services, and mobile apps. It is the IDE coming at an enterprise pricing of $3000 annually. It comes with ton's of tools for compatibility testing so you could test on numerous devices and applications.
Languages Supported: Java, HTML, HTML 5, C, C++ PHP etc
3. INTELLIJ IDEA IntelliJ Idea is an IDE developed by Jet Brains. This IDE offers users a free Community Edition, 30-day free trial for the Ultimate Edition, and costs $532 and $692 annually depending on features. IntelliJ IDEA, which supports Java V8 and Java EE 7, comes with extensive tools to develop mobile apps and enterprise technologies for different platforms. When it comes to cost IntelliJ is a real deal due to the massive of list of features you get.
4. ECLIPSE Eclipse is a free and open source editor useful for beginners and pros too. Originally was a Java environment but as of now it has a wide range of capabilities thanks to a large number of plugins and extensions. The standard edition of eclipse comes with java 8 and plugin development tooling. There is even plenty of other packages to choose from that includes tools for charting, modeling, reporting, testing and building GUI. The Eclipse Marketplace Client give users access to a treasure trove of plugins and information supplied by an expanding community of developers. Before the introduction of AndroidStudio Eclipse was used for developing android app's as it was considered best for Java environment
development Languages Supported: C, C++, Java, Perl, PHP, Python and Ruby
5. Code Blocks Code Blocks is another popular free and open source option. It is a highly customizable IDE that performs consistently across all platforms, so it is great for developers who frequently switch between workspaces. The plug-in framework lets users tweak this IDE to meet their needs. Built around a plugin framework Code Blocks can be extended with plugins. Any kind of functionality can be add by installing coding a plug-ins. For instance, compiling and debugging functionality is already provided by plugins.
Languages Supported: C, C++, Fortran
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