30 Days with IntelliJ IDEA. Keymap
Not a week without productivity-boosting advice from your favourite IDE, and we’re happy to keep this going on by publishing yet another article from our 30 Day Guide on the fundamental features of IntelliJ IDEA, this time about keymaps.
IntelliJ IDEA comes with a set of keymaps that have been specially adapted for use with different operating systems, and to ease the transition from other IDE and editors. For example, if you are a long time user of Eclipse or NetBeans, Vim or an avid Emacs fan, you can find the keymap that is right for you.
Read the complete article to explore more tricky things about keymaps in IntelliJ IDEA.
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