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$149 for 1 Year
$119 for 2nd Year
$89 for 3rd Year
All the Plans includes these Features
$499 per User for 1st year
$399 for 2nd year
$299 for 3rd Year
1. IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate (Individuals)
2. IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate (Organizations)
Get access to all desktop products including IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate, ReSharper Ultimate and other IDEs
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Pros: What first struck me about IDEA was how polished and feature-packed it was compared to the Java IDEs that I had previously used. The end result was that in cases where my workflow might be slowed halted in other IDEs due to a missing or questionably-placed feature (especially in regards to formatting, surprisingly), I only took a few days to acclimate to IDEA, which was well worth it given how much faster I work now.
The different versions (especially the free Education package) are also very, very appreciated.
Cons: It tends to be more resource-intensive than other IDEs, though that's a price worth paying for the quality and sheer power.
I'm in sales so I'm not your usual coder, but from time to time I have to check stuff directly form the source code to make sure I do understand what we are selling. This IDE is really clean and easy to understand. It has a nice contrasting color election so my eyes don't get tired.
I opened an android project to help my son with this IDE, didn't knew that was possible but I was really confused.
Cleanest IDE I have seen, worth the price, even the free version is good
Reading code to understand what we are selling to our costumers
I like that it has the black and white options of the color theme. I also like how quick it is in terms of speed and iterations
There is nothing to dislike. that is why I am using it. Everything works well for me in the ide. I would recommend to all.
I am working for a cybersecurity company and they have a product whose backend is in java. I am solving the problems related to that product.
Pros: Multitude of features like autoformatting, code generation, assisted refactoring.
Cons: The fact that the IDE takes a lot of resource is a big con. That said it is still very much worth it for the features it provides.
Overall: IntelliJ IDEA is a great IDE and the only con I could find is that it really uses a lot of system resources, it might be hard to run multiple instances on a suboptimal computer. However all of that is easily compensated by the multitude of features it provides.There are options such as automatic generation of properties. Method extraction. All very useful stuff, that does the things you would expect from it with just a few clicks. Definitely saves a lot of time. Not to mention
nice compiler really easy to use, and nice interface
Add some complements can be a little Stressful
learn really well how to add some complements
Made some web services and java desktop programs
I like that the IDE has an amazing auto-suggest system that allows me to type a few letters and automatically pop up what I wanted. This saves me plenty of time when programming and allows me to write programs much quicker. Another one of my favorite things about IntelliJ Idea is that it comes with a market of plugins that add features to the IDE.The plugins are designed to make programming much more efficient.
It is difficult and a pain to switch JDK versions. I wish there was some sort of built-in function for easily switching project JDKs. There have been many times that I have had customers asking for a specific Java version after we had already started working on the project. It is very frustrating going through the steps to change the Java version of the program. A 'switch project JDK version' would be very helpful to us!
I would highly recommend this program if you are needing a good IDE for Java development. This works great for standalone Java application development and Android development. It comes with Gradle/Kotlin built in and has many features to make maven easy.
IntelliJ has allowed me to program quicker and tidy up my code. I have had more customer satisfaction since I switched to IntelliJ due to neater code.
Pros: Its very good Compiler for java and it even have very good discounts for students and other people too.
Cons: I think its little bit complicated for beginners and does not support lots of things.
The best java IDE in terms of both features and price.it offers many plugins which offer different programming language.
slow indexing when the project is big. Apart from that not find yet any dislike about intelliJ IDEA.
IntelliJ IDEA must have IDE for anyone using java or any of its frame for application development.
mainly java and any of its frame for application development.The shortcut commands are actually really useful when you are working on a very large codebase with multiple contributors
I liked IntelliJ idea because of its user friendly ness
Response from the customer support team.
Integrating with the GIT repo made very simple for me.
IntelliJ Idea is very intuitive in its design and saves a lot of time of a developer with its amazing features. Its code-completion feature in particular is brilliant in that it gives correct suggestions most of the time. It's like IntelliJ IDEA understands what you want to write in your code. Real-time code inspection is another feature worth praising. Another thing that I really like about IntelliJ IDEA is how it allows you to install some very cool plugins to take the customization to the next level. Debugging is really simple with IntelliJ IDEA. And I like the way it gives warnings for a lot of possible errors. The Git integration works very smoothly as well. The same cannot be said for some of the other IDEs.
The software is resource-heavy. It does a lot of stuff in the background. But it also takes a lot of memory for all that. Also, I did not find any MySQL plugin which was really good at understanding MySQL scripts and giving proper error messages. The tooltip feature and documentation is really nice, but the community support can definitely be improved. Also, the enterprise edition is expensive.
If you are into serious software development in Java, Android, Groovy or Scala, you must give IntelliJ Idea a try. You should definitely try the Community Edition before switching to Enterprise Edition, though. There are a lot of features that are available in the Community Edition too that you would definitely want to try before upgrading.
IntelliJ IDEA is used extensively in our company by developers. Every software company needs a good IDE for development, and since we use mostly Java, using IntelliJ IDEA was a no-brainer. This software has helped a lot in increasing productivity of the developers. Personally, I too find that this is much better than Eclipse.