Tuesday, 28 February 2017

HOW TO INSTALL PLUGINS IN INTELLIJ IDEA IDE?

This article shows the sequential screenshots to download & install the plugins in IntelliJ IDE.

Here, I am showing the JMeter plugin installation:

Step 1:  Go to preferences from menu bar as below: or

Press keyboard shortcut (Command + Comma)  ⌘, on Mac

File -> Settings on Windows & Linux



Step 2: Directly shows all the available plugins in the IDE.


Step 3: First search for the JMeter in the available plugins. You see this screen if its not already installed.


Step 4:  Click Browse repositories button, which loads all the repository plugins


Step 5: Now search for the plugin you would like to install, eg: JMeter. Then right click on the plugin & click "Download and install".


Step 6: Prompts the user whether to begin download & installation process


Step 7: If proceeded with Yes, it automatically downloads & install the plugin:


Step 8: After successful installation, IntelliJ asks for a restart: Just like below



 Step 9: Ensure the plugin downloaded & installed successfully by searching for jmeter plugin in the available plugins again.


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HOW TO GENERATE GETTERS & SETTERS (Actuators & Mutators) FOR A POJO IN IntelliJ IDEA IDE?

For those, who are new to IntelliJ IDE, this article helps in generating Getters & Setters of any POJO (Plain Old Java Object).

First way: Keyboard Shortcut 

               On Mac ( command + N )
               On Linux & Windows — use (Alt + Insert)

The following screenshots works for Mac. The above keyboard shortcuts still works better on respective OS.

Step 1:

Create a simple POJO with some fields:

package sample;

/**
* Created by dineshdontha on 2/27/17.
*/
public class Person {

    String name;
    String password;
    Integer code;
    String city;

}

Step 2:

Press Command + N to see a context menu like this


Step 3:

You will see a popup as below, for selecting the fields:


Step4:

Select the required fields 



Second Way: 

Use the Menu : Code -> Generate . . .



Once after selecting Generate . . . Menu Item, the a context menu appears, just like in Step 2 as above & then everything is same.

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