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IntelliJ IDEA internal design

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The first version of IntelliJ IDEA was released in January 2001, and at that time it was one of the first available Java IDE with advanced code navigation and code refactoring capabilities integrated. In 2009 JetBrains open sourced its community version. And since then, many IDEs based on it were created, like Android Studio from Google. Let’s go inside the community version of Intellij IDEA ...

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Take the IntelliJ Challenge!

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It’s always a great idea to try and master the tools with which you work. I’m on a mission to improve my IntelliJ skills and have been watching and reading tutorials on IntelliJ tips and tricks. One of the very best I’ve come across so far is this video by Hadi Hariri. As well as being very informative it is also ...

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My most useful IntelliJ IDEA keyboard shortcuts

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Are you looking for ways to be more productive? It shouldn’t be a secret that performing actions using the keyboard instead of the mouse will save you time. If you think only about a single action it’s not a big deal. What if you use the same action multiple times a day? If you add up all these actions, they ...

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The IDE of choice for UltraESB – IntelliJ IDEA

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At AdroitLogic we have been using IntelliJ IDEA from a long time for development. It is found to be the best IDE for Java and related languages/technologies (it may be the choice for many other languages too, but my experience is mainly for Java and related technologies). The integration of Groovy and Grails of IDEA is awesome. The Data Source ...

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Three Common Methods Generated in Three Java IDEs

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In this post, I look at the differences in three “common” methods [equals(Object), hashCode(), and toString()] as generated by NetBeans 8.0.2, IntelliJ IDEA 14.0.2, and Eclipse Luna 4.4.1. The objective is not to determine which is best, but to show different approaches one can use for implementing these common methods. Along the way, some interesting insights can be picked up ...

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Keyboard shortcuts in IntelliJ

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I attended a talk by Hadi Hariri at JavaOne last week. He introduced a whole bunch of IntelliJ keyboard shortcuts I was not aware of. Very useful talk. I have listed some of the most useful ones below. Cmd-1: Move focus to the Project window While there, type any class name (including using Camel Case e.g. HW to find HelloWorld), ...

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My Favorite IntelliJ IDEA Features

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I have been a long time user (and customer) of IntelliJ IDEA. I think I have started using it around 2005 or 2006, version 5.0 at the time. I was an Eclipse user back then. A few of my colleagues recommended it to me, and at first I was not convinced, but after trying it out I was impressed. Now ...

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Using IntelliJ bookmarks

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This is a quick post about IntelliJ’s nice bookmark feature. IntelliJ gives you the option to bookmark single lines of code. After a line has been bookmarked, you can use various ways to jump directly back to this line. So it can be a good idea to bookmarks code locations you often work with. To create a new bookmark you ...

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Using IntelliJ..for 2 weeks, so far so good

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It’s been almost 2 weeks that I have completely switched over to IntelliJ as my main Java IDE at home and at work. So far so good, here are my  initial findings.         Migration: I took me a couple of hours to migrated my projects over. Eventually if your project is already Mavenized, things are simple, no ...

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