Definition - What does IntelliJ IDEA mean?
IntelliJ IDEA is a special programming environment or integrated development environment (IDE) largely meant for Java. This environment is used especially for the development of programs. It is developed by a company called JetBrains, which was formally called IntelliJ. It is available in two editions: the Community Edition which is licensed by Apache 2.0, and a commercial edition known as the Ultimate Edition. Both of them can be used for creating software which can be sold. What makes IntelliJ IDEA so different from its counterparts is its ease of use, flexibility and its solid design.
Techopedia explains IntelliJ IDEA
IntelliJ IDEA was developed by JetBrains, formerly known as IntelliJ. It was first released in 2001, and it boasted features like advanced code navigation and the ability to refactor codes, which made it very popular. It even received the distinction of being voted the best programming tool based on Java in 2010, sidelining established tools like NetBeans, Eclipse and JDeveloper. The open-source development environment for Android released by Google in 2014 is also based on IntelliJ IDEA. The IDE supports many other programming languages such as Python, Lua and Scala.
The biggest reason it is regarded as one of the best programming tools based on Java is its assistance features, which makes it easy to use and makes the programs created by it very well designed. It also has advanced error checking features which allows faster and easier error checking.
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