Faster and Smarter Enterprise Development

Manage enterprise size code bases

Developers working on large enterprise projects need a clear overview of their source code, especially when dealing with thousands of folders and files, and millions of lines of code.

Multiple project windows and versioning tools in NetBeans IDE allow you to quickly and easily understand the relationships between your data, and manage your applications efficiently.

Out of the box support for Java EE development

NetBeans IDE provides an unmatched experience for Java EE developers to write standards-based web and enterprise applications that can be accessed from a wide range of clients such as web browsers, mobile devices and more.

No plugin installation is required. The IDE gives immediate access to templates and rich editor features such as syntax highlighting and code completion.

Out of the box native Maven support

NetBeans IDE lets you open applications built on the Maven build system—no plugin installation needed.

The IDE lets you easily manage project dependencies, builds, reports, and documentation. Wizards and templates are provided for creating new applications based on existing Maven Archetypes.

Cutting edge HTML5 tools for web clients

Developing modern and rich HTML5 web clients that can easily be wired to consume data from your Java-based backend services is easy in NetBeans IDE.

Experience state of the art rich web development with live web previews, an HTML5 page inspector, a CSS3 style editor, and a JavaScript editor and debugger.

Get new developers on board quickly

NetBeans IDE comes with a library of samples and a comprehensive set of tutorials to help get development teams quickly started developing applications in the IDE.

Social media such as mailing lists, forums, newsletters, Facebook, and Twitter keep the helpful and vibrant NetBeans community informed about the latest developments in the NetBeans ecosystem.

"In our large and complex code base, we benefit from powerful tools in the IDE for drilling down into code in a structured way, making it easy to find artifacts and see their relationships."