Java Tip of the Week #9 – IntelliJ IDEA

posted by Roberto Cortez on

It’s not secret that my favourite IDE is IntelliJ IDEA. You have already seen me using it in my previous videos, so it was just a matter of time to bring it as a topic. Here it is! Not trying to convince anyone to change or to start an IDE flame war. It’s enough already with the Java EE vs Spring wars.

Anyway, in a bit longer than 5 minutes this time, I went through some of the features that I use the most in IntelliJ, on Navigation and Code Generation.

Here is the video:

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Comments ( 4 )

  1. ReplyVeronica Slayer

    Nice article

  2. ReplyBethany G. Enger

    Hi, Roberto! I really liked your blog. It is so cool to read this kind of blog. Java is the most wonderful languages and it is Platform independent. There are several IDEs for Java Development i.e., Eclipse, Netbeans and IntelliJ IDEA. IntelliJ IDEA is a primary level IDE as far as features and prices are concerned. This IDE comes in two different variants one is Community edition, and another is ultimate edition which is paid. Using IntelliJ IDEA we can develop modern web, mobile, and desktop applications with JavaScript too. JavaScript is a dynamic and high-level language and you can know about it by following this article.

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