IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition Essential Training

IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition Essential Training

Get started with IntelliJ IDEA, one of the most popular IDEs for programming with Java and other Java virtual machine (JVM) languages. In this course, David Gassner explains how to install how to install JetBrains Toolbox and IntelliJ IDEA, configure the Java Development Kit (JDK), and create new projects. He also walks through the IntelliJ IDEA user interface and demonstrates the IDE’s powerful code generation and debugging tools. Plus, he explains how to work with Git and GitHub to manage your source code, and how to program with other popular JVM languages such as Kotlin, Groovy and Scala.


  • 英文名称:IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition Essential Training
  • 时长:2小时10分
  • 字幕:英语


  1. Why IntelliJ IDEA?
  2. What you should know
  3. Explore IntelliJ IDEA editions
  4. Install JetBrains Toolbox
  5. Install IntelliJ IDEA on Windows
  6. Install IntelliJ IDEA on macOS
  7. Configure the Java Development Kit (JDK)
  8. Create a new Java project
  9. Manage IntelliJ IDEA updates
  10. Manage Settings or Preferences
  11. Explore the structure of a Java project
  12. Open files outside of projects with LightEdit
  13. Get online help
  14. Explore the editor window
  15. Explore the project window
  16. Use other tool windows
  17. Manage the window layout
  18. Speed up coding with keyboard shortcuts
  19. Create new packages, classes, and interfaces
  20. Generate boilerplate code
  21. Reformat code and optimize imports
  22. Navigate code and find files
  23. Refactor code
  24. Create and use live templates
  25. Store code in scratch files
  26. Challenge: Create a class that represents a data object
  27. Solution: Create a class that represents a data object
  28. Analyze code
  29. Step through code with breakpoints
  30. Inspect variable values
  31. Build Java projects
  32. Add external libraries to a project
  33. Download libraries from Maven repos
  34. Package classes in JAR files
  35. Generate API documentation with JavaDoc
  36. Install Git
  37. Create a local Git repository
  38. Configure GitHub in IntelliJ IDEA
  39. Share a project on GitHub
  40. Pull changes from GitHub
  41. Commit and push changes to GitHub
  42. Manage multiple branches with Git
  43. Share code snippets as Gists
  44. Create a Groovy project
  45. Create a Scala project
  46. Create a Kotlin project
  47. Next steps