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As I said in the survey, the primary reason I stopped using NetBeans a few months back is the very poor support for Grails. Can't tip a hat to IntelliJ, but not only that, our multi-module Grails project doesn't even compile in NetBeans; code from different modules is not recognized, and other dependencies are not loaded either!
https://netbeans.org/community/netcat/sa_survey_80.html -- spend 5 minutes telling the NetBeans team what you think about the NetBeans 8 release! New in NetBeans 8 includes Java 8 refactoring tools, Java embedded support, and HTML5 features -- let the NetBeans team know what you think of these.
Intro Java 8 is there, the promised revolution is finally released, and I am sure that a lot of you are having in mind the same question “Should I use it in my project?”. Well, I had the same question for few months and today that I have an answer I would like to share it with you. A lot of aspects have been influencing this decision but in this post I want to focus on one in particular that is: Can I continue to do Continuous Integration with Ja...
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