I have been a long time user (and customer) of IntelliJ IDEA. I think I have started using it around 2005 or 2006, version 5.0 at the time. I was an Eclipse user back then. A few of my colleagues recommended it to me, and at first I was not convinced, but after trying it out I was impressed. Now in 2014, IntelliJ IDEA is still my IDE of choice. The intent of this post is not to start an IDE war, but to focus on a few of IDEA features that sometimes other IDEA users are not aware of.
null is one of the most important concept in Java, but how many Java programmer make honest effort to learn nitty gritty of null? Despite being hurt by NullPointerException now and then, Java developer just live with null without knowing it completely. In this article, we will learn some interesting things about null in Java, which will not only help you to avoid NPE but also to minimize null checks.
Tools, apps, websites, software can be well categorized as useful resources that one can make optimum use of to overcome the issues and problems incase they get stuck. Not only this, users can work the smart way eliminating to put in extra time and efforts which otherwise can be invested in other tasks.
Before HTML5 made its way into the world market, there were a lot of excitement and zeal about its various new features. But over these months, all this excitement has faded away to some extent. This is due to the reason that the features in HTML5 did not go well with the expectations of a usual consumer.