Compare AWS Cloud9, Visual Studio, and NetBeans

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NetBeans
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Ratings

Meets Requirements
Meets Requirements
9.2
9.0
8.5
Ease of Use
Ease of Use
9.3
8.5
8.4
Ease of Setup
Ease of Setup
8.1
8.4
8.5
Ease of Admin
Ease of Admin
9.4
8.4
8.4
Quality of Support
Quality of Support
8.9
8.2
7.8
Ease of Doing Business With
Ease of Doing Business With
9.4
8.7
8.2
Product Direction (% positive)
Product Direction (% positive)
8.7
8.6
7.5
Meets Requirements
AWS Cloud9
9.2
Visual Studio
9.0
NetBeans
8.5
Ease of Use
AWS Cloud9
9.3
Visual Studio
8.5
NetBeans
8.4
Ease of Setup
AWS Cloud9
8.1
Visual Studio
8.4
NetBeans
8.5
Ease of Admin
AWS Cloud9
9.4
Visual Studio
8.4
NetBeans
8.4
Quality of Support
AWS Cloud9
8.9
Visual Studio
8.2
NetBeans
7.8
Ease of Doing Business With
AWS Cloud9
9.4
Visual Studio
8.7
NetBeans
8.2
Product Direction (% positive)
AWS Cloud9
8.7
Visual Studio
8.6
NetBeans
7.5

Features

Functionality
Ease of Use
AWS Cloud9
Not enough data available
Visual Studio
9.0
NetBeans
9.2
File Management
AWS Cloud9
Not enough data available
Visual Studio
8.9
NetBeans
8.8
Multi-Language Support
AWS Cloud9
Not enough data available
Visual Studio
8.9
NetBeans
8.8
Customization
AWS Cloud9
Not enough data available
Visual Studio
8.7
NetBeans
8.7
Straight-Out-the-Box Functionality
AWS Cloud9
Not enough data available
Visual Studio
8.7
NetBeans
8.6
Help Guides
AWS Cloud9
Not enough data available
Visual Studio
8.5
NetBeans
8.7
Patching & Updates
AWS Cloud9
Not enough data available
Visual Studio
8.6
NetBeans
8.7

Reviewers' Company Size

Small-Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Small-Business
(50 or fewer emp.)
48.3%
32.6%
44.6%
Mid-Market (51-1000 emp.)
Mid-Market
(51-1000 emp.)
31.0%
33.2%
30.8%
Enterprise (> 1000 emp.)
Enterprise
(> 1000 emp.)
20.7%
34.2%
24.6%
AWS Cloud9
Small-Business
48.3%
Mid-Market
31.0%
Enterprise
20.7%
Visual Studio
Small-Business
32.6%
Mid-Market
33.2%
Enterprise
34.2%
NetBeans
Small-Business
44.6%
Mid-Market
30.8%
Enterprise
24.6%

Reviewers' Industry

 
Computer Software
24.1%
Computer Software
27.4%
Computer Software
34.4%
 
Information Technology and Services
20.7%
Information Technology and Services
19.8%
Information Technology and Services
20.4%
 
Industrial Automation
6.9%
Higher Education
3.7%
Internet
5.0%
 
Retail
3.4%
Internet
3.1%
Higher Education
4.3%
 
Research
3.4%
Financial Services
2.3%
Education Management
3.8%
 
Other
41.4%
Other
43.7%
Other
31.9%
AWS Cloud9
Computer Software
24.1%
Information Technology and Services
20.7%
Industrial Automation
6.9%
Retail
3.4%
Research
3.4%
Other
41.4%
Visual Studio
Computer Software
27.4%
Information Technology and Services
19.8%
Higher Education
3.7%
Internet
3.1%
Financial Services
2.3%
Other
43.7%
NetBeans
Computer Software
34.4%
Information Technology and Services
20.4%
Internet
5.0%
Higher Education
4.3%
Education Management
3.8%
Other
31.9%

Reviews

Most Helpful Favorable Review
Most Helpful Favorable Review
GI
User in Information Technology and Services

I love notebooks and IDEs and while I prefer to run them on my local machine or an EC2 instance, running code on AWS Cloud9 makes it much simpler. I don't have to worry about privileges or getting the access key, just attach the necessary role and it works...

Shawn R.
User

What is to say about the best development suite on the market today. Amazing language choices, plenty of interoperability options, and countless ways to debug and test... It is the #1 tool for every developer.

Vishwas R.
Administrator in Publishing

Netbeans allows you create a lot of variety of project not only in Java but also C/C++. My best experience with it was while mimicking the SOAP request and response. We had to create a web service which used SOAP principles to send and receive web data....

Most Helpful Critical Review
Most Helpful Critical Review
Felipe M.
User in Computer Software

I guess it still has a lot of ground to cover to be a real IDE. There are too many plugins and tools that compose a good IDE (such as VS Code) which are not present in Cloud9

GH
User in Higher Education

One of the most annoying thing is that you need to register to use the software, and that you must be connected all the time, otherwise it starts complaining. It is easy to find support for all-Microsoft solutions, but if you want to create something not...

GI
User in Internet
User in Internet

Horrible platform. Memory hog. Slow.. Lacks plug-ins.

 
AWS Cloud9
Most Helpful Favorable Review
GI
User in Information Technology and Services

I love notebooks and IDEs and while I prefer to run them on my local machine or an EC2 instance, running code on AWS Cloud9 makes it much simpler. I don't have to worry about privileges or getting the access key, just attach the necessary role and it works...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Felipe M.
User in Computer Software

I guess it still has a lot of ground to cover to be a real IDE. There are too many plugins and tools that compose a good IDE (such as VS Code) which are not present in Cloud9

Visual Studio
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Shawn R.
User

What is to say about the best development suite on the market today. Amazing language choices, plenty of interoperability options, and countless ways to debug and test... It is the #1 tool for every developer.

Most Helpful Critical Review
GH
User in Higher Education

One of the most annoying thing is that you need to register to use the software, and that you must be connected all the time, otherwise it starts complaining. It is easy to find support for all-Microsoft solutions, but if you want to create something not...

NetBeans
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Vishwas R.
Administrator in Publishing

Netbeans allows you create a lot of variety of project not only in Java but also C/C++. My best experience with it was while mimicking the SOAP request and response. We had to create a web service which used SOAP principles to send and receive web data....

Most Helpful Critical Review
GI
User in Internet
User in Internet

Horrible platform. Memory hog. Slow.. Lacks plug-ins.

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