Compare Xfce, Visual Studio Code, Nuclide, and WebStorm

Pricing

 
Businesses and organizations
$ 129 /1st year
$ 103 /2nd year
 
Individual customers
$ 59 /1st year
$ 47 /2nd year
 
Discounted and complimentary licenses
50% for startups
25% for competitive tools users
 
Free Trial Unavailable
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Xfce
Free Trial Unavailable
Visual Studio Code
Free Trial Unavailable
Nuclide
Free Trial Unavailable
WebStorm
Businesses and organizations
$ 129 /1st year $ 103 /2nd year
Individual customers
$ 59 /1st year $ 47 /2nd year
Discounted and complimentary licenses
50% for startups25% for competitive tools users
Free Trial

Ratings

Meets Requirements
Meets Requirements
8.5
9.1
7.8
9.1
Ease of Use
Ease of Use
8.2
9.0
6.4
8.6
Ease of Setup
Ease of SetupNot enough data available
9.2
Not enough data available
8.6
Ease of Admin
Ease of AdminNot enough data available
8.6
Not enough data available
8.5
Quality of Support
Quality of Support
6.9
8.5
7.2
8.4
Ease of Doing Business With
Ease of Doing Business WithNot enough data available
8.9
Not enough data available
8.7
Product Direction (% positive)
Product Direction (% positive)
8.9
9.5
9.2
8.3
Meets Requirements
Xfce
8.5
Visual Studio Code
9.1
Nuclide
7.8
WebStorm
9.1
Ease of Use
Xfce
8.2
Visual Studio Code
9.0
Nuclide
6.4
WebStorm
8.6
Ease of Setup
Xfce
Not enough data available
Visual Studio Code
9.2
Nuclide
Not enough data available
WebStorm
8.6
Ease of Admin
Xfce
Not enough data available
Visual Studio Code
8.6
Nuclide
Not enough data available
WebStorm
8.5
Quality of Support
Xfce
6.9
Visual Studio Code
8.5
Nuclide
7.2
WebStorm
8.4
Ease of Doing Business With
Xfce
Not enough data available
Visual Studio Code
8.9
Nuclide
Not enough data available
WebStorm
8.7
Product Direction (% positive)
Xfce
8.9
Visual Studio Code
9.5
Nuclide
9.2
WebStorm
8.3

Reviewers' Company Size

Small-Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Small-Business
(50 or fewer emp.)
83.3%
40.9%
80.0%
41.5%
Mid-Market (51-1000 emp.)
Mid-Market
(51-1000 emp.)
8.3%
33.0%
13.3%
28.2%
Enterprise (> 1000 emp.)
Enterprise
(> 1000 emp.)
8.3%
26.0%
6.7%
30.3%
Xfce
Small-Business
83.3%
Mid-Market
8.3%
Enterprise
8.3%
Visual Studio Code
Small-Business
40.9%
Mid-Market
33.0%
Enterprise
26.0%
Nuclide
Small-Business
80.0%
Mid-Market
13.3%
Enterprise
6.7%
WebStorm
Small-Business
41.5%
Mid-Market
28.2%
Enterprise
30.3%

Reviewers' Industry

 
Internet
33.3%
Computer Software
32.9%
Internet
33.3%
Computer Software
30.3%
 
Information Technology and Services
20.0%
Information Technology and Services
22.6%
Computer Software
26.7%
Information Technology and Services
19.5%
 
Telecommunications
13.3%
Internet
6.6%
Information Technology and Services
13.3%
Internet
10.5%
 
Religious Institutions
6.7%
Higher Education
2.8%
Marketing and Advertising
6.7%
Financial Services
3.2%
 
Program Development
6.7%
Retail
2.0%
Leisure, Travel & Tourism
6.7%
Program Development
2.5%
 
Other
20.0%
Other
33.1%
Other
13.3%
Other
34.0%
Xfce
Internet
33.3%
Information Technology and Services
20.0%
Telecommunications
13.3%
Religious Institutions
6.7%
Program Development
6.7%
Other
20.0%
Visual Studio Code
Computer Software
32.9%
Information Technology and Services
22.6%
Internet
6.6%
Higher Education
2.8%
Retail
2.0%
Other
33.1%
Nuclide
Internet
33.3%
Computer Software
26.7%
Information Technology and Services
13.3%
Marketing and Advertising
6.7%
Leisure, Travel & Tourism
6.7%
Other
13.3%
WebStorm
Computer Software
30.3%
Information Technology and Services
19.5%
Internet
10.5%
Financial Services
3.2%
Program Development
2.5%
Other
34.0%

Reviews

Most Helpful Favorable Review
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Giancarlo M.
User

Sometimes you need a windows manager that won't load your memory with stuff you don't even need, Xfce is quite a good option for this, windows will move as fast as you can imagine even when using an old computer or even better when connection to remote...

John Patrick S.
User in Information Technology and Services

Git integration, integrated terminal, faster than Atom, the community has written useful plugins though I try to use as minimum as I can. I have written most of what I like about Visual Studio Code in the section where I explained why I switched from Atom.

Dale J.
User in Information Technology and Services

Flow and ESLint integration helps to find issues early.

G2 User in Computer Software

The refactoring tools are great. Syntax highlighting, spell checking, knowledge of included JavaScript frameworks, and the presence of a keyboard shortcut for almost any capability that the IDE has are all great for improving productivity and quality.

Most Helpful Critical Review
Most Helpful Critical Review
Spencer M.
User in Internet

- Had some display issues, and googling around always came across tips for Ubuntu that were not helpful. - Had a similar experience with the WiFi

Palash K.
User in Information Technology and Services

Extremely limited features with respect to standard and hugely popular IDES like Visual Studio Lack of Project Structures and project Templates made enterprise-wide application development very difficult.

Jose A.
User in Marketing and Advertising

I think that atom is a little slow, but nuclide is more slower, and this is the unique problem for me

Sameer P.
User

Disliked most parts of it, it just does not provide proper web-related functionalities which JetBrains does for other editors. I wish it was better or may be its just me.

 
Xfce
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Giancarlo M.
User

Sometimes you need a windows manager that won't load your memory with stuff you don't even need, Xfce is quite a good option for this, windows will move as fast as you can imagine even when using an old computer or even better when connection to remote...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Spencer M.
User in Internet

- Had some display issues, and googling around always came across tips for Ubuntu that were not helpful. - Had a similar experience with the WiFi

Visual Studio Code
Most Helpful Favorable Review
John Patrick S.
User in Information Technology and Services

Git integration, integrated terminal, faster than Atom, the community has written useful plugins though I try to use as minimum as I can. I have written most of what I like about Visual Studio Code in the section where I explained why I switched from Atom.

Most Helpful Critical Review
Palash K.
User in Information Technology and Services

Extremely limited features with respect to standard and hugely popular IDES like Visual Studio Lack of Project Structures and project Templates made enterprise-wide application development very difficult.

Nuclide
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Dale J.
User in Information Technology and Services

Flow and ESLint integration helps to find issues early.

Most Helpful Critical Review
Jose A.
User in Marketing and Advertising

I think that atom is a little slow, but nuclide is more slower, and this is the unique problem for me

WebStorm
Most Helpful Favorable Review
G2 User in Computer Software

The refactoring tools are great. Syntax highlighting, spell checking, knowledge of included JavaScript frameworks, and the presence of a keyboard shortcut for almost any capability that the IDE has are all great for improving productivity and quality.

Most Helpful Critical Review
Sameer P.
User

Disliked most parts of it, it just does not provide proper web-related functionalities which JetBrains does for other editors. I wish it was better or may be its just me.

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