Top 5 Navigation Keyboard Shortcuts in IntelliJ IDEA Shortcuts
This post shows you five shortcuts that help you to navigate around IntelliJ IDEA quickly and efficiently. This blog post covers the same material as the video. This provides an easy way for people to skim the content quickly if they prefer reading to watching, and to give the reader/watcher code samples and links to additional information. The shortcuts covered in this post are: Search Everyw
IntelliJ IDEA 2016.2 EAP Adds Breadcrumb for Java
Fresh IntelliJ IEA 2016.2 EAP build is out and ready. Among the usual bugfixes it also brings something special: Breadcrumbs for Java code. Until now breadcrumbs were only available in HTML and XML code, where they have proven to be super handy for tracking of the editing position as well as traversing the tag tree. Now breadcrumbs work for Java, too, where instead of tags they let you navigate
More Colors with Maia
IntelliJ IDEA 9 (Maia) lets you assign custom colors to arbitrary sets of files (Scopes) in Editor tabs or Navigation lists (Go to class/file, etc):This helps you even more quickly than before understand which class you are looking at: JDK, a library, or your own app. The feature is available in Maia builds that you can get from EAP under Settings/File Colors.
Web Beans Project Structure in Maia
IntelliJ IDEA can help you to analyze and quickly navigate to components in your Web Beans project via dedicated tool window that shows custom annotations grouped by type.
ER-Diagram Structure Popup
In IntelliJ IDEA you can quickly navigate within JPA/Hibernate ER-Diagram using the File Structure Popup (press Ctrl+F12, or invoke View menu, File Structure Popup command):
Configure JSF Navigation Rules Without Typing
With IntelliJ IDEA you can easily configure navigation rules in faces-config files without making a lot of tedious typing. Just open a faces configuration file, select the Navigation tab, and then drag pages from project tree and drop them to the graph. Added pages can be linked with mouse — just draw a line from one page to another.