Wer nutzt diese Software?
Die IDE kennt wirklich Deinen Code und hilft, indem es intelligente und relevante Vorschläge in jedem Kontext gibt: Instant-Code-Vervollständigung, on-the-fly-Codeanalyse, einfache Projektnavigation, Refaktorierung-Tools
Durchschnittliche Bewertung585 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.5 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.5 / 5
- Kundenservice 4.5 / 5
- Funktionen 4.5 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4.5 / 5
- Startpreis 299,00 $
- Kostenlose Version Ja
- Kostenlose Testversion Ja
Installiert - Mac
Installiert - Windows
24/7 (Live Vertreter)
Angaben zum Hersteller
- Gegründet 2000
Über IntelliJ IDEA
IntelliJ IDEA, die Java-IDE mit der am schnellsten wachsenden Mindshare, enthält Unterstützung für Java 8 und Java EE 7, neue Tools für Android-Entwicklung, Editor-Verbesserungen und verbesserte Gradle-Integration
IntelliJ IDEA Funktionen
- Berichterstattung / Analyse
- Mobile Entwicklung
- Werkzeuge zur Zusammenarbeit
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für IntelliJ IDEA
Bewertet am 15.9.2019
Great software but too heavy on resources
Kommentare: Overal is a great tool, but for the price paid I would expect a bit more care on the resources consumption section, since not always you are able to use a machine with 64 GB of RAM and an I9 CPU.
Intellij is a really complete tool for java development; It offers great integrations to work with Maven, Hibernate and so on and the git integration for version controll is great.
On the configuration side, it offers a really great amount of options, for example for the code formatter, code generation and other code-cosmetics stuff. Besides you can also create config for another great bunch of stuff such as a proxi configuration, Sonarqube integration and so on, but this is something more common among all java IDEs. The configuration of the environments for execution is really complete and is really useful in order to have different running option depending on your needs for the same project. It also allows to code Node.js projects and xhtml, without lacking any option. And in case of missing something, the integrated terminal is a really useful tool.
Regarding the debugger, is really good, you can navigate directly from one class to another just by clicking on the variables and so on, which is very usefull to quickly set new breakpoints during the debug session.
There are a lot of more capabilities that makes Intellij a great tool for java devs.
Well, the main cons are the high amount of resources needed for this software, which makes that sometimes the IDE itself stuck for several minutes while it finished processing something. Also I found out that when you have multiple breakpoints set in the code, it also consumes a lot of RAM even when you're not debugging.
Besides this, the great amount of features of the software makes complicate to learn how to use it. Also at some point after close the program it fails on terminating the Java process, so you ended with a bunch of java executions on the background
Bewertet am 17.8.2019
The other half of any Java developer's brain
Kommentare: IDEA has been my go-to Java editor for school and work, and for good reason. Of all the Java IDEs out there, IDEA is the one that truly makes the 'integrated environment' part of 'IDE' a reality by giving you full control over your code -- rather than the other way around.
When IntelliJ markets IDEA as 'the intelligent Java IDE', they aren't exaggerating. It has the best autocomplete of any IDE I've ever used, beating out the likes of Visual Studio with suggestions that are exactly what I need 99% of the time. But by far my favourite part of IDEA's intelligence are its code suggestions, which will tell you if you've made weird or inefficient choices with your code. This can range from telling you about an if-else statement that will never be true, to identifying anti-patterns that would have cost you down the line. The latter continuously impresses me with how insightful and specific the advice can get.
Even looking beyond the intelligent part, IDEA was made first and foremost with Java developers in mind and it shows. I can't tell you how much time the code generators have saved me from writing boilerplate, and code refactoring works like a dream. I can't picture Java development getting any better than this.
Nachteile: The most immediately frustrating thing about IntelliJ is its startup time. It's not abysmally slow, but in a world where editors like Visual Studio Code and Sublime Text exist with lightning-fast startup times, waiting for IDEA to boot up can be less-than-ideal. Many times, I've resorted to just opening up my Java files in Notepad for small edits because I couldn't be bothered to spend more time opening the IDEA than it would take to make the edit. The other thing that makes me reluctant to open IDEA from time-to-time is its resource intensity. I use a small laptop for most of my work, which is capable of running IDEA just fine... until I open up Firefox, Slack, and other programs I use on a daily basis. There have been more than a few times where I've had to close other windows or even IntelliJ itself because its resource usage was slowing my system down to a crawl.
Bewertet am 31.7.2019
A thought on IntelliJ IDEA
Kommentare: I used this for more than 5 big projects in spring boot framework. I never had any issues. Easy configuring maven dependencies and can run or debug the application with a small simple configuration. Also support frondend frameworks without any issue.
Quickly adjusting the project along with indexing files. Can found huge no of plugins for this software.
Great support from company. Perfect for JAVA as suggestions and highly supports for the java. Can easily run or debug the application. Highly support for GIT and for all new major frontend frameworks also. Light weighted compared to other java IDEs'.
Nachteile: A bit complicate for beginners to use the software. Slow indexing in large projects.
Bewertet am 3.7.2018
Best IDE for Software Development
Vorteile: Intellij is one of the Best IDE available for Free. There is a long list of feature that make it a great tool for application development. It`s Editor user-friendly with a list of shortcuts to help developer move quickly between files and perform task without taking hand off the keyboard. It support Code Colouring that visually help a lot in writing efficient and effective code. But the most useful of all is the code completion. While working on a huge project mistakes are tend to be happen, like misspelled variable or function name etc. But with IDE that`s not the case. I not even need to type half of the name, simply by typing first 2-3 letters i can chose from the list for possibility. Another Heavily used feature is real-time code inspection. It help me correct more then half of the mistakes without going to execute and find. that saves my valuable time and effort. Built in VCS (git) is one of the easiest i have ever used. It allows me to visually differ two versions of same file and help me select which line of code from which version i want in my final file without removing the rest of the code which is very useful which testing patches and fix. With a vast library of plugins one can customise the IDE to there specific need. Support for dependencies resolving for a library and Different File format come handy.
In my experience this tool is a great and must have requirement for a software . But sometimes having a huge list of functionality can be the downside also.
In certain cases like working on a large file features like code colour styling, code completion, code inspection slow down editor's functionality. I encounters big amount of ram usage in such cases and need to manually collaborate it by switching off some of its functionality.
Another is that code of its premium features. For a freelancers it is very costly to purchase the license and in the end the left looking for the alternatives.
Bewertet am 15.9.2017
Full-featured and indeed smart IDE. It just works and thus makes my programming easier.
Kommentare: It simply made my work easier. From small details like 'smartly' renaming files, to multi-line text selection all the way to performance, advanced settings and support for all kinds of features and plug-ins.
- What I like most are the shortcuts. Every other IDE also has shortcuts but IntelliJ (and Jetbrains generally) has done a great job with theirs. At least for men, they seem intuitive.
- Offers many, many features but still manages to have a great performance.
- Sounds trivial, but the settings are well structured and searchable! Almost everything is customizable and if not there is probably a plugin for want you want it to do.
- Solid Versioning Support with git as well as svn, both within the console and the UI.
- Great Maven support. Auto-save, great search function.
Overall I could list all the features I like, many you can find in other IDEs as well. But when using IntelliJ, I just feel it gets out of the way and lets you work & if you don't know how to do something, there is usually a nice "intelligent" trick on how to do it, or it is not hard to find online.
- The student/academic license is really appreciated.
- The product is constantly updated, which is a good thing but it is somewhat bothersome. Of course they have to ask the user,, but would be nice if it just updated without prompting, at least for smaller updates.
-The integrated console its fine, but (at least on Windows) it sometimes lags and stops working. Not that often, but it happens.
- Co-workers that used another IDE, usually complained of certain bugs within IntelliJ, for example, when compiling. I, however did not experience such bugs.
- It is not cheap.
- There are a ton of IDEs and (if I am not mistaken ) IntelliJ is the 'flagship' product which includes all features of e.g. PHPStorm or Webstorm. If you are doing Web-Programming for example, then IntelliJ would be a little bit of an overkill. That might be a problem if you barely use Java, and thus simply not use the many functions that IntelliJ has.
- Resolving git conflichts was sometimes difficult. In some regards the UI, UX could do some finetuning.