Rarely exists a single best of anything. The two IDEs you mention happen to be free, so you can try them both and see which one you like better. Of course, some people swear by IntelliJ, the professional version of which isn't free, but which may pay itself back quickly if it increases your productivity.
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Both netbeans ans eclipse playing key role in market,
but recently now java unders oracle, now both are free ,
but in future netbeans will going to paid software because now its oracle baby so now days none software is free from oracle.
but both are good
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umamahesh pyla wrote:but in future netbeans will going to paid software because now its oracle baby so now days none software is free from oracle.
Please refrain from spreading FUD and counterfactual statements.