Below we have JetBrains IDE for Developers which will increase their efficiency and productivity:
1. IntelliJ IDEA
Markdown document support makes writing well-formatted documents a breeze.
OpenApi spec support makes designing & maintaining your API much easier.
PlantUML diagram support prevents your team from complaining that diagrams are too tedious.
The number of default plugins could be smaller. Start small, and let users add later according to their needs.
Activity workflows support leaves much to be desired.
On complex projects, dependency management is not too reliable.
CLion is a smart, cross-platform IDE that can be used to develop applications in multiple programming languages. With that said, the system focuses mainly on C+ and C++. It offers support for essential technologies and other functionalities are obtained from built-in tools and extensions. CLion facilitates the development of clean code with the help of its on-the-fly code analysis, insights, automatic line completion, code formatting, and smart code editor.
It is designed with user-friendly and easy navigation, thus starting new projects, and opening existing and editing projects is easy.
A smart code editor that analyzes and decodes the context of code to provide instant conclusions.
It scans the code for errors while it is being typed. If the error is detected, the code is highlighted to get the user's attention.
Supports CMake; a cross-platform system that extends the usability of the application through the various tools provided.
Uses version control systems such as Git, Subversion, Mercurial, and GitHub.
It does not have an inbuilt compiler and hence you have to download and install the compiler.
PyCharm is a dedicated Python Integrated Development Environment (IDE) providing a wide range of essential tools for Python developers, tightly integrated to create a convenient environment for productive Python, web, and data science development. PyCharm makes a complete and comprehensive IDE for working with the Python programming language.
A plethora of productive shortcuts
Ability to view the entire Python source code with a single click
Availability of an array of plugins
Excellent community support
Facilitates faster code development
More powerful, the commercial version is available
Straightforward installation process
Costly paid version
This may pose issues when trying to fix tools like venv
Not suitable for Python beginners
Resource-intensive application, i.e., requires plenty of memory and storage space
PhpStorm is a comprehensive, project-based platform filled with cutting-edge tools and features designed for coders with experience under their belt and who are looking to develop large apps and professional platforms.
Use the IDE on several development platforms and carry an environment conducive to development with them.
Secure and fast refactoring functionality.
Excellent tracing option for inheritance.
The text editor is highly configurable.
The IDE is not free
Requires a lot of Random Access Memory (RAM) to run, optimally 16GB
Lacks support for some newer languages such as PreCSS
No support for NoSQL databases such as Redis
It has a steep learning curve. Developers need time and training to use the IDE at its full capacity.
Can be sluggish when loading large codebases.
The cool editor can provide lots of insights including suggestions.
Good integration with code repositories and version control system.
Much more support for plugins
Works well with Windows and macOS. But sometimes gives trouble with Ubuntu.
Sometimes the version control gives a headache.
It provides only a limited number of color and file icon themes
DataGrip is an advanced multi-engine database integrated development environment created for professional SQL developers to allow them to perform queries and execute schema navigation efficiently. Designed by JetBrains, the system highlights the built-in drivers to help support different engines such as Exasol, Derby, AWS Redshift, DB2, HSQLDB, Microsoft Azure, H2, MySQL, Oracle, SQL Server, Sybase, SQLite, and PostgreSQL. DataGrip offers many data introspection and some advanced functionalities to facilitate object transformation and development to fit the supported language.
Can move and modify code blocks, format code according to the styles, and can organize selection with multi-cursor.
Queries can be performed in different modes and allow activity tracking.
Empower users to explore the database. Offers database introspection functionality that allows the editing and design of objects to fit supported language.
It is a technical and professional tool so not designed to be friendly and is not easy to use.
It doesn’t run fast, compared to similar tools. It will be very sluggish when working with high-volume databases.
It can use memory in GB.
The cost is relatively high.
Rider is also an IDE for .NET Core, .NET, ASP.NET, etc. It gives great development experience in .NET languages. The UI used is similar to that of IntelliJ platforms. It is well known for its speed. The Rider developers also promised zero latency in this. It also works on Windows, macOS, and Linux. It provides various refactoring suggestions and indications for the C# language.
RubyMine is used for Ruby on Rails projects. It has a user-friendly interface and inbuilt debugger. It is available on multiple platforms like macOS, Windows, etc. It helps us to be productive in every aspect of Ruby production. RubyMine comes with frequent updates and has inbuilt support for common gems. RubyMine supports editor configuration and debugger console.
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