I like to find some java technology, which is supported within IDEA.
The technology should fulfill the following requirements:
any suggestions are welcome.
you may think now: what has this to do with IntelliJ IDEA?
If jetbrains supports one open-source technology stacks, which fulfills the defined requirements, it could increase it's userbase.
Personally I would use a commercial IDE (after some bad experiences with the open-source ones, see ), as long as the stack on which my application runs is based on open-source.
The goal for jetbrains would be to select, package, stabelize and support a specific open-source-stack with it's commercial IDE (possibly with a seperate commercial support option).
JetBrains customers would have the benefit of a commercial product combined with the benefit of an open-source-stack.
Although a commercial product, jetbrains could adopt many of the suggested constructs of jamBeans:
The NetBeans Community failing to define a stack:
- JAVA + NetBeans + ??? = easy & scalable production!
Eclipse Evaluation Summary:
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NetBeans Evaluation Summary:
- E12 - The NetBeans Open Source Lie