Enjoy Spring Data JPA in IntelliJ IDEA 11
Spring JPA is a part of the Spring Data project that makes it easy to quickly implement JPA-based repositories.
IntelliJ IDEA 11 recognizes repositories,
provides quick navigation through the code,
adds advanced completion, error highlighting and quick fixes.
Download IntelliJ IDEA 11 Beta and try it.
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Import Postman Collections to the HTTP Client
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