I have a question based on Community Vs Ultimate from intellij.
My question is based on whether the community version can do the same as the ultimate, I would like it to be so.
I'm in the Spring section, and I'm looking at:
While in the community it does not.
But could the community version do the exact same thing with a plugin? (for example in this case Spring)
With community version could I do business projects? if it were so I would be very happy, because would it turn out that I have a new IDE.
Why do I ask if the community version could do the same as the ultimate? Because I am thinking of changing from IDE to an IDE with a more pleasant graphical interface (If you have to spend 24 hours programmed, what better than a beautiful visual environment) . With Eclipse I can program, from Android, Java EE, PHP ... there are countless extensions nowadays. All languages today. But it has an internal problem. It is too slow and uses a GUI tied to the S.O.
I want to escape from "Eclipse / Tarkov".
Looking at intellij's $ 500 yearly purchase plan, with a plan to cut costs each year. I see excessive spending when, for example, there are very good IDEs like Eclipse for this case.
I understand that intellij can use many languages, but each language has its own IDE with "all the necessary tools". But with intellij you can have it all in one IDE, right. So what differentiates it from VSC or VSCodium? They are totally free.
I look forward to working with intellij, but having to pay a fee of $ 500 per year does not please me very much. Many companies in "Europe" are not aware of "giving" programmers a good computer to deploy applications. It may be the most normal thing in America to give a programmer 32GB Ram and a CPU of 16 cores with 32threads, but in Europe we are still going with 8GB of Ram and 2 to 4 cores (While to play we use rockets; and to program apps we use turtles (old mindset)). So, it is most likely that companies do not pay a license, so the programmer has to pay for the license? It does not make much sense, at least in Europe / Spain.
Returning to the question, can the community version do business projects exactly the same as the ultimate? Otherwise, I will have to opt for Eclipse.
I only know of one IDE that does it all (damn microsoft). Microsoft VS. You can program whatever you want, even if you want for UNREAL ENGINE.
Forgive my english.