IntelliJ is a commercial Java IDE. The 8.1 version includes UML roundtrip engineering, visual Hibernate modeling, and a Swing based GUI designer. This Refcard will help you navigate the various facets of the IDE, including the Editor, Project, and Structure panes. With a rich collection of editing shortcuts, debugging tips, and techniques for writing less code, IntelliJ newbies and IDEA-savvy developers will both benefit from this cheat sheet.
About the Author:
Hamlet D'Arcy has been writing software for over a decade, and has spent considerable time coding in Groovy, Java, and C++. He’s passionate about learning new languages and different ways to think about problems, and recently he’s been discovering the joys of both F# and Scheme. He’s an active member and speaker at the Groovy Users of Minnesota and the Object Technology User Group, and is involved with several open source projects including the Groovy language and the IDEA Jet-Groovy plugin. He blogs regularly at http://hamletdarcy.blogspot.com, tweets as HamletDRC, and can be contacted at email@example.com.