von JetBrains4.7/5 640 Bewertungen
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 Bewertung640 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.7/5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.4/5
- Kundenservice 4.4/5
- Funktionen 4.7/5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4.5/5
- Startpreis 299,00 $
- Kostenlose Version Ja
- Gratis Testen Ja
Installiert - Mac
Installiert - Windows
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- 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 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 13.10.2019
Awesome IDE for your daily JAVA related development
Kommentare: I am very pleased with IntelliJ IDEA after moving from Eclipse. Which is also a great tool but I love how smooth IntelliJ IDEA runs on my MacBook Pro. This is one of the best experience I have with an IDE
Vorteile: I like how intelligently it suggests, and it's features which include awesome code completions, as well as intuitive way to integrate plugins for different tools. It also includes gigantic amount of shortcuts, when you're familiar with them makes your day to day life pretty easy. Attractive interface along with the debugging capabilities for JAVA makes this the go to tool for any developer. This also has version control included, which smoothens the process of a Software developer by a great deal
Nachteile: Some plugins take huge amount of memory, so if you're on a machine which does not have enough power, you might not get the fullest experience. Hence you're encouraged to use a powerful machine for this Extremely Helpful software to run properly
Bewertet am 9.12.2019
Simply the best Java IDE available
Kommentare: I migrated all my projects to IntelliJ so it is my primary Java IDE. It is flexible and powerful. No looking back.
I honesty tried for a long time to stick with my beloved NetBeans. But unfortunately it seemed not capable to keep the pace of the evolution of the Java ecosystem.
I switched to IntelliJ upon a strong peer pressure by my colleagues and I have to say that I'm very happy.
It's an incredibly powerful tool with support for every language available for the JVM.
The community version is powerful enough to solve basically all everyday problems.
It may be overwhelming sometimes as it has a lot of features and with a pletora of plugins the situations can become even worse.
Bewertet am 21.10.2019
IntelliJ products are perfect for the multi-language developer
Kommentare: Overall, IntelliJ IDEA has been a staple in my toolkit and without it, I'm not sure I'd have gotten as far in my career given how powerful it is. It really forces you to learn more about the code you write instead of having to familiarize yourself with IDE features (I came from Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 back in the day) and it forces you to write quality code so you can take advantage of the amazing features such as find/replace and the various refactoring tools (which vary by IDE, i.e. Resharper for the C languages, but there are some core features available in every IntelliJ IDE). Additionally, you save a ton of time using the aforementioned refactoring tools.
- Learn IntelliJ IDEA, and you're good for every other product.
- So many options for almost every language, for example you have PhpStorm, WebStorm, CLion, and many more.
- They're always improving their core features such as search and their terminal (which allows you to connect to any of PowerShell, Git Bash, or Command Prompt)
- There's no shortage of themes. They've even somewhat recently introduced a beautiful material design theme that was pretty bad at first, but once they've implemented it in the core of the product instead of as a half-built overlay, it turned out absolutely stunning
- Every IDE is consistent, making it very easy to navigate after learning the hotkeys (or if you're more of a mouse user, the context menus and top menu items). For example, CTRL+Shift+F will allow you to search the entire project or directory in any of IntelliJ's IDEs.
- They offer a product manager visually similar to the older Adobe product manager (Adobe's recently was updated, great job on Adobe's part but that's unrelated) allowing you to install and update IntelliJ products very quickly and downloads/installations are blazing fast.
Nachteile: Honestly, IntelliJ products have really helped me through my professional career and I've built so much of my knowledge around their products, so I can't really call anything a con because not only have they built the fundamental infrastructure of my knowledge using IDEs, other IDEs copy them. They're widely recognized as the gold standard in (somewhat) open-source IDEs. I will say it being built with Java was a con, but Java has improved their performance and load times significantly in the last 10 years, making it nearly impossible to quickly identify something is made with Java if you didn't look at the files or know some subtleties to look for. Java used to be slow and that did, at one point, persist to IntelliJ IDEs, but now there's absolutely no bottleneck and it's just as fast as any native software without a VM.
Bewertet am 26.2.2019
It was good, now it worse
Kommentare: This is my main (yet) IDE for last 6 years, so it is my kind of Swiss-army knife for development .
Nachteile: Now days it becomes a little monster working pretty unstable and slow, with regular freezes and crashes. Developers communication with user community is pretty poor, requests for highly-demanded features are actually ignored for years, fundamental problems (like freezes) not fixed from release to release. Price model was changed, so fast-growing Visual Studio Code becomes more and more attractive alternative to JetBrain IDEs.