The choice of Java IDE


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Recently decided to "switch sides" in the camp of Java developers, and before me was the question of how to choose IDE. I understand that at the moment (the period of learning the basics of the language), not much difference, but each IDE its pros and cons, I would like to know about them in advance.

Consider a few candidates:
  • NetBeans
  • Eclipse
  • IntelliJ IDEA


Which Eclipse did not work never, in NetBeans have a little experience (about half a year) but only with PHP, IntelliJ IDEA does not directly met, but are now working in their PhpStorm, I love it.

Test examples, at the moment, do in IDEA Community Edition, but what is it compared to the Ultimate IDEA I don't know, because I use is only a small part of what can IDE.

What advise you?
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And I for IDEA.
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I for NetBeans
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IDEA. There is no alternative.
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That all said a better idea... it's intuitive...
I am new proger...
1. Put NetBeans... wrote a console app... clicked Build and in the end I have excellent project divided in folders and in a separate folder is ready to use jar file...
2. Put IDEA... I wrote a console app (here not be to mention that creating a new project in idea is much more confusing for beginners than in no Bense, you have to answer a bunch of questions that you have where, etc.)... clicked Build... what? and nifiga... where's my jarnik?
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In General, at the initial stage, when not yet all clear where that comes from in Java, NetBeans I think it is easier to learn because they do not throws a lot of questions to the user where he JDK, and allowed me an ant script by hand, etc....
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Although this is only a first impression of the ideas... For advanced can it really be manna from heaven...
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I for Eclipse
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A group of 8 people, little experience in Java, year on the Eclipse. After the transition to the IDEA eklips can't see. Heaven and earth.
The problem with the Eclipse is that it is done as a set of plug-ins. You never neprimer not arrived ego workspace to keep in source control? Try.
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Programmed on Eclipse, like. Previously I used NetBeans, but now ceased. Form designer in Eclipse, however, will have to connect.
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Speaking of NetBeans, Oracle not so long ago threatened to make itself popular NetBeans IDE under Java. I wonder what they'll come out.
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