Refactoring Web Project with IntelliJ IDEA
My article about how refactoring can help you develop and maintain Web projects has finally been published at TheServerSide.
I covered various aspects of refactoring as it applies to HTML, CSS, XML and JSP, which are the typical compound that glues up any decent Web project.
Of course I used IntelliJ IDEA to demonstrate all the examples, mainly because I use it everyday (just like all other JetBrains folks do), and I’m quite happy with it.
You are welcome to read the full story – Refactoring: A Must for Supporting Web Projects.
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