We've been updating our videos lately. Some are topics that haven't been covered before, and some, like this one, have been covered more than once. In this video, we wanted to show the different types of code completion available in IntelliJ IDEA, and when you might want to use them. There will be things in this video you already know, but you might also find a surprise or two. (more…)
Postfix Code Completion in IntelliJ IDEA 13.1 EAP
A lot of people tend to think these days completion is a regular feature for every IDE. Well, that is not exactly the case. IntelliJ IDEA has already demonstrated that there is no such thing as a regular feature. Take code completion, for example. IntelliJ IDEA never stops evolving in this area, and to prove it once more, today we are proud to introduce Postfix code completion, a new kind of completion which will hopefully extend your productivity even more. Postfix code completion helps reduce backward caret jumps as you write code. It lets you transform an already typed expression to anoth
IntelliJ IDEA 13.1 EAP 134.1342 is Out
We think you'll be glad to know that IntelliJ IDEA 134.1342 has just been released. So far it's the latest preview build of the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 13.1, so grab it while it's hot to check out the new features and enhancements: Live templates are now suggested in Code completion. And you can use Ctrl+Space to apply a template (along with the good old Tab): Code blocks automatically indented after closing a curly brace. And of course there's a lot more. See the Release Notes for complete coverage. More details on what else is new in IntelliJ IDEA 13.1 features are coming soon.
30 Days with IntelliJ IDEA. Code Completion
We continue to publish new articles from the 30-day guide on the most tricky features of IntelliJ IDEA. Today we would like to share with you the next article, about the code completion assistance. Middle matching Not everyone knows that since IntelliJ IDEA 12 the IDE supports so-called Middle matching. It means that you don’t necessarily need to type an identifier from the beginning. For example, if you only remember a part of the name, just type it and IntelliJ IDEA will still find the right matches for you. (more…)