Book Detail : Getting started with IntelliJ IDEA

Book Title: 
Getting started with IntelliJ IDEA
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Publisher: 
Publication Year: 
2 013
Number of Pages: 
114
ISBN: 
978-1-84969-961-7
Language: 
English
Edition: 
First
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yes
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No
Description: 

IntelliJ IDEA is a commercial Java development tool which competes with the free Eclipse and NetBeans projects. It is an integrated development environment (IDE) designed to automate parts of the coding process; to support a large number of different frameworks, tools, and targets; to work with multiple languages; and not to get in the way of the developer's work.IntelliJ IDEA also does a good job of keeping up-to-date with the Java platform, subject to the expense of keeping current with the latest product version.

A practical guide that will provide you with concepts and clear step-by-step exercises to help you understand and improve your performance. Through this guide, you will be able to extract more from IntelliJ IDEA 12.

Table of Contents (Summary): 

Chapter 1: Getting Started with IntelliJ IDEA 12

Chapter 2: Improving Your Development Speed

Chapter 3: Working with Databases

Chapter 4: Web Development

Chapter 5: Desktop Development

Index

Table of Contents (Expanded): 

Chapter 1: Getting Started with IntelliJ IDEA 12

  • Presenting features
    • Smart code completion
    • On-the-fly code analysis
    • Advanced refactoring
    • Navigation and search
    • Tools and frameworks support
  • What is new
  • Installing
  • Configuring
    • Project Structure
    • Virtual machine options
    • Migrating from another IDE
  • What to expect in the near future
  • Summary

Chapter 2: Improving Your Development Speed

  • Identifying and understanding window elements
  • Identifying and understanding code editor elements
  • Doing things faster
    • The productivity guide
    • Navigating your source code
    • Using code facilities
      • Live templates
    • Using refactoring techniques
    • Managing your changes
  • Organizing your activities
    • Tasks and context management
    • Using TODO marking
  • Plugins
    • JRebel
    • Hungry Backspace
    • Key promoter
    • GenerateTestCase
  • Summary

Chapter 3: Working with Databases

  • Database tool
    • Creating the database
    • Connecting to the database
    • Creating tables
    • Manipulating data
  • ORM Support
    • Creating database entities
    • Problems that can occur
  • Summary

Chapter 4: Web Development

  • Creating a web module
  • Configuring the application server
  • Developing our application
    • Configuring the JSF environment
    • Resolving the dependencies
    • Creating the filter code
    • Final adjustments
  • Creating SOAP web services
    • Creating test code
    • Finalizing the web service code
  • Summary

Chapter 5: Desktop Development

  • Creating the desktop application
    • Discovering the visual editor
    • Creating the web service client
    • Data binding
  • Migrating GUI
  • Summary

Index

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