Features of IntelliJ IDEA IDE
- Smart code completion: IntelliJ can predict exactly what are you trying to type. It follows context-based code completion.
- Chain code completion: It is an advanced feature, designed for auto code competition. This lists the applicable symbols through methods and getters in the present context.
- Static member’s completion: IntelliJ enables you to use static methods and constants that automatically adds the needed statements to avoid errors.
- Detecting duplicates: IDEA searches the duplicate code fragments on the go and gives suggestions to the user.
- Inspections and quick-fixes: A notification light appears on the same line when IntelliJ identifies a mistake. By clicking on it, you will be given options to help you avoid making a mistake.
- Editor-centric environment: Instant pop-ups allow you to get more information without leaving the current context.
- Shortcuts for everything: IDEA has shortcuts for nearly everything, including rapid selection and switching between tool windows.
- Inline debugger: Inline debugger enables the user to debug the application in IDEA itself.