Choose your weapon carefully
If you want to know the difference between an IDE and a text editor or if you want to dive deeper into the benefits of browser-based IDEs, read on. And since the state of developer tooling is changing fast, we need to acknowledge the elephant in the room and talk about the future of the IDEs. Are their days numbered? Is their future bright? Open the magazine and find out if IDEs are here to stay.
But that’s not all! Let’s get down to business and talk about some of the most popular IDEs: IntelliJ IDEA and GoLand, NetBeans IDE, Cloud IDE and Xcode. Last but not least, if you want to test your knowledge of Eclipse IDE, we’ve got a trivia for you.
All aboard the IDE train!
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Inside this issue
What to use: IDE vs. text editor
Desktop or browser-based IDEs?
The battle of the IDEs
“The Future of IDEs”
Interview with Tracy Miranda
Modern development with JetBrains IDEs
Trisha Gee and Florin Patan
NetBeans IDE: Features, tips & future
Use Cloud IDE to be more productive
Xcode 9: An IDE for macOS
Ashish H. Kakkad
How well do you know your Eclipse IDE trivia?
How to make DevOps work for you
Security measures to protect your IoT devices
Diversity talk: How to win the diversity battle
Interview with Barbie Brewer, Chief Culture Officer at GitLab
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