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Eclipse 3.6 vs IntelliJ IDEA 10.5: Pros and Cons

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After having worked with Eclipse for over 5 years I’ve came to use IntelliJ IDEA intensively on a J2EE project in three months and took this as an opportunity to compare the two. You can’t really compare 5 years and 3 months but I still believe that it is long enough to get a pretty good overview of what a ...

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Eclipse Shortcuts for Increased Productivity

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And so, today, I just wanted to share the best shortcuts that make life easier. And without further ado : Ctrl + Space : One of the two most important keyboard shortcuts that eclipse offers. This one is probably commonly known for autocomplete in eclipse, but not many people know that it is also context sensitive. For example, hitting Ctrl ...

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Eclipse Memory Analyzer (MAT)

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In times past, when it came to tracking down sporadic memory problems in a complex Java application, it required using a commercial product such as JProbe or a lot of painful and inefficient attempts to recreate the issue. Even if the problem were easy to recreate, unless the problem was blatantly obvious, your application might need to be enhanced in ...

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What to do with IDE project files

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Each IDE generates its specific project/config/build files. Eclipse generates .project and .classpath, and also the .settings directory. IntelliJ IDEA has its .iml files. And it is always a question what to do with these files in terms of source control management (SVN, CVS, git, etc). The generally accepted practice is to add them to the SCM ignore list (svn:ignore for ...

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Eclipse: How attach Java source

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In Eclipse, when you press Ctrl button and click on any Class names, the IDE will take you to the source file for that class. This is the normal behavior for the classes you have in your project. But, in case you want the same behavior for Java’s core classes too, you can have it by attaching the Java source ...

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Android Full App, Part 7: Using options menus and customized dialogs for user interaction

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This is the seventh part of the “Android Full Application Tutorial” series. The complete application aims to provide an easy way of performing movies/actors searching over the internet. In the first part of the series (“Main Activity UI”), we created the Eclipse project and set up a basic interface for the main activity of the application. In the second part ...

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JAX–WS with Spring and Maven Tutorial

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Spring framework provides remoting support for web services via JAX–WS, in fact, as stated in Spring reference documentation, there are three ways of exposing Spring POJO services as a JAX–WS web services : Exposing Servlet – based web services (suitable for Java EE 5 environments) Exporting standalone web services (suitable when utilizing Sun’s JDK 1.6 build–in JAX–WS provider) Exporting web ...

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Android Full App, Part 6: Customized list view for data presentation

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This is the sixth part of the “Android Full Application Tutorial” series. The complete application aims to provide an easy way of performing movies/actors searching over the internet. In the first part of the series (“Main Activity UI”), we created the Eclipse project and set up a basic interface for the main activity of the application. In the second part ...

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Android Full App, Part 5: Launching new activities with intents

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This is the fifth part of the “Android Full Application Tutorial” series. The complete application aims to provide an easy way of performing movies/actors searching over the internet. In the first part of the series (“Main Activity UI”), we created the Eclipse project and set up a basic interface for the main activity of the application. In the second part ...

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Android Full App, Part 4: Performing the API request asynchronously from the main activity

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This is the fourth part of the “Android Full Application Tutorial” series. The complete application aims to provide an easy way of performing movies/actors searching over the internet. In the first part of the series (“Main Activity UI”), we created the Eclipse project and set up a basic interface for the main activity of the application. In the second part ...

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