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By galderz
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Published: Dec 27 2010 / 03:51

I recently moved from Eclipse to IntelliJ and in this article I go over the things that IntelliJ does particularly well as opposed to Eclipse such as separation of main and test folders, improved ability to run individual test methods...etc. Read on to find out more
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Iman Reihanian replied ago:

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I accept some above point, but Eclipse is open source and supports a lot of plugin that IDEA can’t support, as well as Eclipse is very good choice to work with other open source framework.

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Jura Gorohovsky replied ago:

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@Iman IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition is open source as well, and the IntelliJ ecosystem embraces over 600 plug-ins (http://plugins.intellij.net/)

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Tony Lukasavage replied ago:

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This is really interesting. I just posed a question to my fellow twitter followers about the pros and cons of intellij vs. eclipse. Good to see even more love for intellij here. Guess I'm going to have to spend some time with it.

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Dmitriy Setrakyan replied ago:

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All good points! I think author failed to mention awesome support for code inspections in Intellij - eclipse is years behind in this area.

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