IntelliJ IDEA74 articles
We are looking for senior Java developers to participate in the beta program of a new free runtime linter that provides Continuous code Feedback.
Write Once, Run Embedded in any IDE
Having written many Java GUI applications, I thought it would be cool to run them embedded in IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse and NetBeans. I didn’t want to write 3 plugins per application so I came up with this solution.
Analyzing Dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA
Use IntelliJ IDEA to analyze dependencies in your project. Use the Dependency Analyzer to find specific dependencies, show conflicts and more, or use the Dependency Diagram in IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate.
Replacing Postman with the JetBrains HTTP Client
How to use the JetBrains HTTP Client to replace Postman, test third party APIs, share requests and run them in CI all of that within minutes!
Cherry-Pick: Move a Commit to a Different Branch
Moving a commit to a different branch: not nearly as scary as it sounds! Let the IDE help to turn this into a quick, low-stress task.
Watch Area and Renderers
Stop digging through variables in the watch to find nuggets of gold, or rerunning the expression evaluation. Use entity renderers instead.
Efficient Memory Mapping for Terabyte Sparse Files in Java
Mapping large areas of memory avoids having to know in advance how much memory we need or having to resize the memory mappings while in use.
Getting Started with IntelliJ IDEA
Starting in a new team can be daunting. You have to learn All The Things, one of which is your IDE! So, how can you best learn IntelliJ IDEA?
Using Bookmarks in IntelliJ IDEA
Learn everything about bookmarks in IntelliJ IDEA for ‘saving’ interesting locations in the code base, so we can easily go back to them later.
Is There a Best OS to Develop a Java Application on?
One subject that often evokes a lot of debate is which is the best OS to develop a Java application on. This article gives my view on the issue.
What are you Missing by Debugging in VS Code?
16 missing features in the VS code debugger that are available in IntelliJ. Are they worth switching your main IDE? Detailed lists and videos!