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Total respondents: 117 respondents
Duration: July 9th - July 22nd, 2018 (14 days)
Evaluation of all potential release blockers

Overall Quality

Can you compare Apache NetBeans IDE 9.0 and NetBeans IDE 8.2 in terms of Overall Quality?

3832.5 %Quality of Apache NetBeans IDE 9.0 is better than NetBeans IDE 8.2
6757.3 %The two releases are basically comparable
1210.3 %Quality of Apache NetBeans IDE 9.0 is worse than quality of NetBeans IDE 8.2

Comments:

Performance

Can you compare Apache NetBeans IDE 9.0 and NetBeans IDE 8.2 in terms of Performance?

3227.4 %Performance of Apache NetBeans IDE 9.0 is better than performance of NetBeans IDE 8.2
7967.5 %The two releases are basically comparable in term of performance
65.1 %Performance of Apache NetBeans IDE 9.0 is worse than performance of NetBeans IDE 8.2

Comments:

  • No

  • No specific issue - overall performance is not as good as with 8.2

  • No

  • It is very slow in loading

  • Nine is much slower.  Slowness seems to be evident with Gradle projects and loading of most projects after Netbeans has begun.

  • I don't know

Java Editor

What do you think about the Apache NetBeans IDE 9.0 Java editing features?

8875.2 %The quality of Java editing support meets my expectations and it is ready for release
2218.8 %There are some problems in Java editing support but these can wait until the next release
76 %Java editing support is not stable yet

Comments:

Java Debugger

What do you think about the Apache NetBeans IDE 9.0 Java debugging features?

7765.8 %The quality of Java debugging support meets my expectations and it is ready for release
2319.7 %There are some problems in Java debugging support but these can wait until the next release
00 %Java debugging support is not stable yet
1714.5 %I do not use Java debugging features

Java Refactoring

What do you think about the Apache NetBeans IDE 9.0 Java refactoring features?

7967.5 %The quality of Java refactoring support meets my expectations and it is ready for release
2723.1 %There are some problems in Java refactoring support but these can wait until the next release
10.9 %Java refactoring support is not stable yet
108.5 %I do not use Java refactoring features

Comments:

  • Deleting and renaming files inconsistently throw exceptions. Changing interface types sometimes results in an exception as well, with the interface type changing but all implementations requires manual changes.

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