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IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate plus Integrated Development Environments and.NET
$ 649.00 /1st year
$ 519.00 /2nd year
$ 389.00 /3rd yr onwards
$64.90 Per month for 1st year on a Monthly subscription plan
All Products Pack include IntelliJ Ultimate pack plus
Integrated Development Environments and .NET and Visual studio
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Pros: It is much more user friendly than Eclipse and can be used in many different languages instead of only being specialized to Java
Cons: It is pretty expensive for an IDE in a space that is crowded with different free IDEs
Overall: Software development - coding
Pros: I have been using this software for the past 3 years and its been a great experience with IntelliJ. It has great features some of which I like the most include smart completion cross-language refactoring, support to a lot of frameworks.
Cons: Apart from being a bit pricey, I don't see many cons with IntelliJ Idea and this will not keep me away from using it
Pros: This is a 'kitchen sink' in all of the right ways. Instead of having to train my devs to use a set of tools (postman, mysqlworkbench, putty, a git client) I can just give them this. I runs on linux as well so there is none of the 'can't use it on my machine' problems I have had with other tools. Also, the licensing is generous. Code completion and navigation are superb. With the plugins it is highly configurable, and its out of the box defaults are great.
Cons: On older machines it is slow, and the configuration for remote hosts will go wrong for no apparent reason. I still haven't figured out if I always have to hit the 'Apply' button when I make a change, or if I have to hit ok. When using the OpenJDK, I see weird network problems sometimes where it seems like the JRE isn't releasing ssh connection. The interface is confusing, particularly some of the tiny icons.
Overall: This has become default software at my organization for devs. Everyone likes it, and people share tips and tricks to accomplish tasks. It helps to bootstrap juniors who are often overwhelmed by the complexity of out codebase and system. It is easy to train on, and is truly Integrated in the way an IDE should be. You can do end to end development with IntelliJ IDEA.
Has a lot of built-in features to make your development life easier, for a fronted developer has a lot of "on the fly" compiling option already implemented, like wathcing for any high level language files (like coffeescript or scss) and automatically transpile it.
The integrated terminal is one of my favourite features, allows you to run commands without leaving you IDE
Is a huge IDE, and really slow sometimes... the search is really poweful but the indexing sometimes takes forever, so try to be sure to exculde the "target" folders since those change really often and could trigger the indexing constantly, specially in large projects.
We started using IntelliJ to have the same IDE for frontend and backend developers
Pros: 1) Index all the content.
2) fast search.
3) so powerful with a ton of tools (like file watchers).
4) integration with all the relevant IDE plugings.
Cons: 1) so heavy that some times consumes a lot of RAM.
2) so expensive.
Overall: my experience is great, I love it and I won't change my IDE.
Pros: IntelliJ IDEA provides several tools to manage projects out of the box.
It simplifies the creation of projects using many of the popular dependency managers like Maven, Ant, Graddle, and others.
The DB client the ultimate edition comes equipped with was a major plus as a full-stack dev. It allows you to stay in the same work space and prevents you from having to toggle apps.
You can customize the way you want your applications to be run easily preventing the hassle of endless configurations.
Cons: Like many IDEs it suffers from the usual cluttering of items in the several toolbars and menus. This is easily fixed by customizing them for what you want or need to easily access.
Overall: I've done most of my work through IntelliJ and I can't be more satisfied with it. I wouldn't change it for any other IDE.
Pros: IntelliJ IDEA is a great Java IDE, the code completion is top notch and saves me so much effort at work. The advanced refactoring, numerous editor options and great VCS/build tool integration helps a ton as well. Can't say enough about how much I love this software.
Cons: A small annoyance with it is dealing with the licensing, it'd be nicer if they let you keep versions up until your subscription lapses instead of "downgrading" you. I know a few people have been burned by this while waiting on getting their licenses renewed due to corporate bureaucracy etc :/
Overall: Incredibly useful tool for Java development, much better than Eclipse/Netbeans and well worth the money.
It is a very complete tool, with different types of applications, for all types of development of programs and applications, one of the most significant advantages found in Intelij IDEA, is the possibility of creating different projects, in different types of programming languages, this is something that is not very commonly seen in other software development applications, I love being able to combine different languages, and see what happens at the end.
the compilation of some projects, can take a long time, while you should wait for this time, which consumes important resources of the team where you are working, could be used for other types of tasks.
If you are one of those who want to develop all kinds of applications to automate, many jobs in your company, with this software you can create all kinds of applications, for all kinds of needs, without spending one cent more, apart from what the program is worth.
We can create all kinds of financial applications, in different programming languages which help us to make different types of administrative tasks and financial analysis easier, creating applications that study and analyze the market, in an automatic way.
IntelliJ IDEA is one of the best Java development environments for generating java codes.
defining compiler and specifying the path to the SDK or JDK make a little problem.
It is very useful and if you master using it, there are some other IDE for other programming languages from the same company (like PyCharm, and CLion) which can be used quite the same way.
I used this IDE for simulating different environments; for example, designing an event-based simulator. it has a lot of cool features and shortcuts which makes the life a lot easier.
Easy to use. It shows the variable name during function call and that is very useful.
Sometimes it takes too long to open a new project and crashes when i type fast.
Creating J2EE projects for client
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