Demonstration of IntelliJ IDEA
|Stable release||13.1.4 / July 22, 2014|
|Operating system||Windows, OS X, Linux|
IntelliJ IDEA is a Java IDE by JetBrains, available as an Apache 2 Licensed community edition and a commercial edition. In a report by Infoworld in 2010, IntelliJ got the highest test center score out of the 4 Top Java Programming Tools : Eclipse, "IntelliJ IDEA", NetBeans, and Oracle JDeveloper.
The first version of IntelliJ IDEA was released in January 2001, and at the time was one of the first available Java IDE with advanced code navigation and code refactoring capabilities integrated. Google is now developing Android Studio, a new open source Android Development IDE, based on the open source community edition of IntelliJ IDEA.
- PHP (via separate plugin)
- Scala (via separate plugin)
- Clojure (via separate plugin)
- Dart (via separate plugin)
- Haxe (via separate plugin)
- Kotlin (via separate plugin)
- TypoScript (via separate plugin)
- Jelastic (via separate plugin)
Supported technologies and frameworks: JSP, JSF, EJB, Ajax, Google Web Toolkit, Struts, Struts 2, JBoss Seam, Spring, Hibernate/JPA, Web Services, Ruby on Rails, Grails (framework), Java ME MIDP/CLDC, OSGi, Android, Tapestry, Google App Engine, FreeMarker, Velocity, Django, Play.
Supported software versioning and revision control systems: Git, CVS, Apache Subversion, Apache Ant, Apache Maven, JUnit and TestNG. A free plugin also exists for the Atlassian IntelliJ Connector integrating JIRA, Bamboo, Crucible, and FishEye.
Other IntelliJ-based products
- IntelliJ Source Code
- Multi-language Refactorings
- Crossing Refactoring's Rubicon - a famous article by Martin Fowler, mentioning IntelliJ IDEA's support for automated refactorings.
- Atlassian IntelliJ Connector
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