IDE Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Data Scientist at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
The administration is the solution's most valuable feature. It's quite easy to install and use from a local machine or laptop, as well as on a server. View full review »
Sai Krishna Pujari says in an Eclipse Luna review
User
We found the ability to extend functionality with the help of new plugins is a good feature. It also has an inbuilt browser and editors for various languages. View full review »
Johan Sarmiento says in a JetBrains IDEs review
Desarrollador Java Jr/BPM Jr at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The most valuable feature that I have found in the tool is the ability to easily connect to the database without problems, interruptions, and errors as they occur in some other well-known tools. Another one that I find valuable is the easiness that the debug mode offers me since it allows you to observe the variables in the route very clearly. View full review »
Diego Hidalgo says in an Eclipse Luna review
QA Manager at Tandicorp
It is very extensible and uses resources optimally. View full review »
Carlos Thomas says in an Oracle SQL Developer review
Senior Partner at a manufacturing company with 1-10 employees
You can install it on every platform. It just works. The other thing is that it's free. And Oracle is committed to the development of the tool, so it has been improving. View full review »
Ronald Melendez says in a NetBeans review
Consultor Senior Front-End Javascript at a tech services company
The download of the plugins is what I like the most since they can be easily integrated. For example, when working with Hibernate or with JPA, creating entities is very easy through a graphical interface. The plugins help to save time in development triple productivity. NetBeans has several good integration tools. For me, it is the most effective IDE for working with Java. View full review »
Peter Silwinski says in an Oracle SQL Developer review
Senior Consultant at Contracted by Siemens
It is easy to use. The newer version has a lot of new features. It generates output and scripts for your Ultrix. It can generate JSON, XML, etc. View full review »
Iudith Mentzel says in an Oracle SQL Developer review
Oracle Developer at Freelancer
Oracle is tremendous. I have always said to everybody, without knowing other databases, that Oracle is the best database that can exist in this world. That's for sure. Everybody is considering cost, mainly, so I've heard many stories recently of migrating to PostgreSQL, for example, because it's open-source and many small customers don't need all the super advanced features of Oracle, which costs a lot of money. But on the other side, a great feature of Oracle, I think, is that it allows me to download the database and use it at home. Not a demo database or something restricted but the full version. That's fantastic. View full review »
Dror Azar says in an Oracle SQL Developer review
CEO at ITFS
Maintaining databases is the most valuable feature in Oracle SQL Developer. It's also easy to use, fast, and intuitive. View full review »
Daniel Grosovoi says in an Oracle SQL Developer review
DBA at Yediot
DBAdce0 says in an Oracle SQL Developer review
DBA
It's free, it's very easy to use, and has a nice GUI. View full review »
DBA62af says in an Oracle SQL Developer review
DBA at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's free and very user-friendly. View full review »
DBA22cf says in an Oracle SQL Developer review
DBA at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The possibility to connect. View full review »
Martin Klier says in an Oracle SQL Developer review
Senior Database Consultant at Performing Databases
I like it because it's very similar in output to SQL *Plus, and it has many convenience features that make it easier to read the data and use the basic reporting features it provides. View full review »
Eugene Kats says in an Oracle SQL Developer review
Data Architect / Data Modeler - Contract at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
* It's a free tool * Ability to analyze performance, using Explain Plan statement * Ability to export and import data without using any Oracle utilities View full review »
Alejandro Antonio Chinea Franco says in an Oracle SQL Developer review
Ingeniero Especialista at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
I only use it for connecting to instances and to do queries, I don't know details of the features. View full review »
sciodire530439 says in an Oracle SQL Developer review
Sócio Diretor at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
* Easy to use * Nice interface View full review »
Sameh Nassr says in a NetBeans review
Senior Software Developer at Sollers Consulting
Supporting of many applications servers, e.g., GlassFish and JBoss. It is just easy to integrate the application servers with NetBeans as well. It is easy to deploy, manage servers, and ORMS resources. View full review »
Dragan Bjedov says in a NetBeans review
Java Developer at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
* Java development support. (The Java editor is one of the best Java IMHO editors. Java projects support Ant and Maven.) * RCP support * GUI editor for Java windows * RCP support: An easy way to create your own app using NetBeans base. There is a lot of documentation for RCP creation. * Plugins can be easy created. Also there is support for other languages as C/C++, HTLM5, Javascript, Groovy, PHP... There is a lot of plugins that can be easily installed. View full review »
Galo Balda says in an Oracle SQL Developer review
Database Development Engineer at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
* The tight integration with other Oracle products and database features/options. For example, you can open data models, and review AWR and ASH reports. * The ability to reuse your own queries to create report definitions in different layouts and to render the output in HTML/PDF formats. * Export table data and query results in at least 10 different output formats. * The Cart to collect DDL/DML scripts for DB artifacts that need to be deployed together. Great when you want to execute a repeatable process in several schemas and/or databases. View full review »
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