Tag Archives: Code Formatting

IntelliJ IDEA 14 Will Detect Code Styles on the Fly

If you’ve already tried the latest IntellIJ IDEA 14 EAP build, you might’ve noticed that the Code Style settings offers a new option: Detect and use existing file indents for editing (enabled by default.) This new option lets IntelliJ IDEA … Continue reading

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IntelliJ IDEA 13: Importing Code Formatter Settings from Eclipse

Many development teams are using more than one IDE because it’s a very personal matter, and people always seek what best suits their individual needs. And then there’s collaboration, and it sometimes is harder when different sorts of IDEs are … Continue reading

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Rearrange Attributes in Android XML Files with IntelliJ IDEA 13

IntelliJ IDEA 13 will bring a lot of goodies for Android developers. One very useful new feature is the capability to automatically rearrange XML attributes according to predefined rules. To enable this new feature, go to Settings → Code Style … Continue reading

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30 Days with IntelliJ IDEA. Code Style and Formatting

It’s a great tradition to learn new things about your favourite IDE each week. Just to keep it going we publish this article from our 30 Day Guide about fundamental features of IntelliJ IDEA. Today we will talk about the … Continue reading

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Android Code Styles in IntelliJ IDEA 12

If you are developing for Android, you probably deal with XML files every day. These are the manifests, layouts, drawables, resource files and many others. That’s why in IntelliJ IDEA 12 we have added a new option for the code … Continue reading

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Arrange Your Code Automatically with IntelliJ IDEA 12

You probably might have noticed that code always tends to be organized in a particular way. For instance, fields always go before methods, static fields go before instance fields and so forth. This is the easiest way to read your … Continue reading

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