What can replace Netbeans software for Linux?

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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.

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What can replace Netbeans software for Linux?


Hello Randy.

Actually, you do not have to replace NetBeans as your IDE.  NetBeans IDE runs on the following platforms:

– Windows

– 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.

Happy coding!

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