Open-source plugins included in the distribution of IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate and other IDEs based on the IntelliJ Platform (by JetBrains)


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Posts where intellij-plugins has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-05-10.
  • Using CLion with php-src | 2021-05-10
    I’ve cloned and built php-src numerous times over the years, on a variety of platforms, but I’ve never worked with it in an IDE. A long-time Vim user, I’ve only begun using PhpStorm over the last year and a half, after seeing how IntelliJ helped me easily navigate an open source Java project. So, in setting up php-src for release management tasks, I wanted to give CLion a try.
  • How to Debug Remotely in IntelliJ | 2021-05-10
    There is no denying that with distributed applications, it has become easier to manage, scale, and divide the workload. However, the architecture makes it much difficult to detect/reproduce bugs since it’s challenging to trace anomalies back to the source or replicate complex production environments. Remote debugging with IntelliJ can help developers identify bugs and reproduce errors across every stage of the software deployment lifecycle.
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  • My Favorite IntelliJ IDEA Plugins | 2021-04-21
    As an instructor and experienced IntelliJ IDEA user (some might say fanatic), I'm often asked about the plugins that I use. To be honest, I don't use a lot of plugins, I find myself mostly focused on improving the quality and testability of code by using IntelliJ IDEA's powerful automated refactorings, along with its Live Template and Postfix features. However, there are some very useful plugins that are "standard equipment" for me when I install it on a new machine. Note that I use many of the built-in plugins from JetBrains that I'm not including in this list.
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    So, this post has an awkward start, but please don't mind that. So, why did I choose VS Code after all? Well, it's a long story - First when I started, I used to use different IDEs for different languages, like IntelliJ for Java, PyCharm for Python, etc. And, they were great but for every language, a separate IDE just didn't seem right to me! So I moved to Sublime Text and it was great, I used it for many days, until one day when suddenly my Python and Sublime broke! So, I had to change. I later found that my Tcl/Tk(basically Tkinter) module had broken! So, I switched over to Atom! And I had just one problem, It was not exactly an IDE it was just a Code Editor! And after all this, I came across VS Code - The perfect IDE/Code editor for me! And now I have been using it for more than 1 and 1/2 years!
  • Starting with Scala 3 macros: a short tutorial | 2021-04-09
    Once we have that, we can import the project into IntelliJ or Metals.
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  • AlgoDEA Plugin for IntelliJ: Review
    After trying half a dozen development environments, I was getting pretty frustrated. I know a fair amount about coding, but I really wanted a solution for Algorand development that just worked out of the box. Then I remembered the Algorand Office Hours YouTube video from a few weeks ago--the one about AlgoDEA. So I was like why not, I'll give it a shot. I downloaded IntelliJ and installed the AlgoDEA plugin...
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    As I said, they are very upfront about what you're gonna get [1]. The table shows the difference between paid and open source versions.


    With VSCode, it's not obvious. Whenever it comes up in HN, we feel it's open source. When one goes to it's github, one feels it's MIT licensed. That's why there are at least 3 issues in the VSCodium github asking why remote extensions are not working. It's like the excerpt from the 'Halloween documents' I commented above.

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