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Pour qui ?
Cet IDE connaît votre code en profondeur et aide en fournissant des suggestions intelligentes et pertinentes dans tous les contextes : complétion de code instantanée, analyse des codes à la volée, navigation facilitée dans le projet et outils de refactorisation.
Notes moyennes623 avis
- Note globale 4.7 / 5
- Facilité d'utilisation 4.4 / 5
- Service client 4.4 / 5
- Fonctionnalités 4.7 / 5
- Rapport qualité-prix 4.5 / 5
Informations sur le produit
- À partir de 299,00 $US
- Version gratuite Oui
- Version d'essai gratuite Oui
Service de support permanent (réponse directe)
Informations sur l'éditeur
- Fondé en 2000
En savoir plus sur IntelliJ IDEA
IntelliJ IDEA, l'IDE Java à la notoriété en croissance exponentielle, comprend une prise en charge de Java 8 et Java EE 7, de nouveaux outils pour le développement sur Android, des améliorations de l'éditeur et l'intégration dans Gradle.
IntelliJ IDEA - Fonctionnalités
- Contrôle des sources
- Contrôles/Permissions d'accès
- Développement d'applications web
- Développement de logiciel
- Développement mobile
- Factorisation de code
- Gestion du déploiement
- Modélisation de données
- Outils de collaboration
- Rapports et analyses
- Sans code
- Tests de compatibilité
Avis les plus utiles sur IntelliJ IDEA
Publié le 21/10/2019
IntelliJ products are perfect for the multi-language developer
Commentaires: 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.
Inconvénients: 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.
Publié le 18/10/2019
IntelliJ IDEA for Java Programer
Commentaires: Overall intellij IDEA is the best programming software to professional programers.It is the favorite one of to me.It also very helpful tool to amateur programers to professional programmers.It feel me like my programming partner while I programming .It so smart and intelligent there for Its knows my next step and adapt to my coding style quickly.
Avantages: Software developing is my part time income methode.Most of the time I use java as my main programming language because its very efficient and one of the commonly using programming language in the market.There for i need a high level programming software or a IDE for java programming .Few days ago Netbeans is my daily driver.But seen after the functionality and smartness of Intellij IDEA I moved on to it.Mainly I like to programming several languages in same IDE or in same software .It very helpful to me to manage my working space rather than using several softwares for programming in several languages.Intellij IDEA simply supply me this functionality in my trial period of Intellij IDEA.The most interesting thing that I love this software is its smartness .When I am coding on Intellij IDEA it simply notify the errors which I made and simply giving some suggestions to slove it and most of the time those suggestions are the things which I want to do.It feel me like a my programming partner or sidekick.Its know what I am going to do next and support me to achieve it.It is a difference and fun experience of programming rather than using Netbeans .Some time its auto generate the code and set the position to next I need to code.It is so helpful to me and lot of time saving .I definitely buy this software.
Inconvénients: Still I did not able to found any thing which disappointe me.But I like to have it more trial period because I not experience whole area of functionality of it.I like the interface of the software but I would like to be it much more user friendly because it will very helpful to amateur programmers.Also it must interdiuse it shortcuts and functions while it programming first.I think it must inbuilt the link of supportive software and parties like Boostrap,Jquery.It is much helpful when offline coding.
Publié le 13/10/2019
Awesome IDE for your daily JAVA related development
Commentaires: 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
Avantages: 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
Inconvénients: 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
Publié le 15/09/2019
Great software but too heavy on resources
Commentaires: 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
Publié le 17/08/2019
The other half of any Java developer's brain
Commentaires: 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.
Inconvénients: 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.