N/APosted on - 03/23/2012
Now, I want to use Linux as my operating system as I am fed up with my windows operating system. I would like to ask the
experts here ,who is also a web designer , that which software can replace Netbeans in Linux. Is there any alternative to it or I
will again have to come to windows platform to use it.
What can replace Netbeans software for Linux?
Actually, you do not have to replace NetBeans as your IDE. NetBeans IDE runs on the following platforms:
– Linux x86 and x64 (Intel 32-bit and Intel 64-bit)
– Solaris x86, x64, and Sparc (Intel 32-bit, Intel 64-bit and Sparc stations)
– Mac OS X
You can check it out for yourself on their download page: https://netbeans.org/downloads/index.html. Just download the Linux version that's right for your current architecture (32-bit or 64-bit).
NetBeans IDE is a Java application. Which means any platform that has a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) can run it. This makes it suitable for running under multiple platforms. This is also part of the reason why it is a popular choice for Java developers.