JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate 220.127.116.11 MacOSX | 274 MB
IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition is a free and open source version of IntelliJ IDEA, a premier IDE for Java, Groovy and other programming languages.
IntelliJ IDEA lets you code without a hitch. It practices a non-intrusive, intuitive approach to help you write, debug, refactor, test and learn your code
Thanks to its deep understanding of languages and technologies, IntelliJ IDEA provides a second pair of hands for you when you need them.
IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition is the perfect choice for those working on pure Java/Groovy applications or doing Swing development.
IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition has all the crown jewels of IntelliJ IDEA, including various refactorings and code inspections, coding assistance, debugging, TestNG and JUnit testing; CVS, Subversion and Git support, as well as Ant and Maven build integration.
The IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate Edition extends the Community Edition by providing support for many web frameworks, additional languages and technologies and introduces many deployment options.
IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate Edition is a better choice for commercial usage given that all features are delivered in a complete package.
The complete breakdown of features included in IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition and IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate can be found in this comparison matrix.
- Intelligent code editor understanding your code, with refactorings, code inspections, intention actions, easy navigation and full Java 7 support.
- JUnit and TestNG integration and a convenient test runner UI.
- Maven, Gradle and Ant-based project setup and building.
- Comprehensive Groovy programming language support plus plugins for Scala and Clojure.
- Google Android development including latest SDK support.
- Unified UI and experience for most popular version control systems: Subversion, Git/GitHub, Mercurial and CVS. Visual merge, diff and changelists.
- Powerful XML editor with XML-Java interoperability.
- The Swing UI designer for developing Java desktop applications.
- Integrates with JetBrains TeamCity for continuous integration and pre-tested commit support.
- YouTrack, JIRA, GitHub and other trackers integration for task management and IDE context control.
New in version 14.0 Build 139.224
- To facilitate your workflow, we’ve added a decompiler for Java classes. You don’t need any third-party plugins to have a look at what’s inside any library for which you don’t have the source code.
- The debugger, a core tool of every developer, has also been improved in a number of ways. Now it shows variable values in the editor right next to their usages. It also offers a new Show Referring Objects action, and supports lambda expressions in the Evaluate expression dialog.
- The editor, where you spend most of your time, remains the heart and soul of IntelliJ IDEA. As always, we focused on making it even better for v14. Meet the smart Backspace key behavior, code style detection, Scratch files, improved Multiple selections (which now come with handy shortcuts), a ‘Copy as HTML/RTF’ action, a faster ‘Find in path’ action, and lots of other tiny but very helpful enhancements.
- Code inspections have been extended to provide a new key code analysis feature aimed to infer @NotNull, @Nullable and @Contract annotations for your Java libraries automatically, based on their bytecode.
- Coding assistance for supported frameworks has been updated according to their latest versions, and so have application server integrations. Apart from improving support for existing frameworks, IntelliJ IDEA 14 now provides coding assistance for Thymeleaf.
- Support for the Play 2.x framework has moved to the Scala plugin, so you don’t need to install the plugins separately anymore. The updated Scala plugin comes with the Change Signature refactoring, support for anonymous functions in the Evaluate expression dialog, reworked SBT integration, faster performance, and brand new project configuration model.
- And last but not least, IntelliJ IDEA 14 adds a number of new features from Android Studio, including support for Android Wear and TV, along with many other enhancements.
- Other notable enhancements include:
- Maven integration gets better support for profiles and MANIFEST.MF generation.
- Gradle integration, among other general enhancements, offers the standard Test runner for running test tasks, and lets you specify the Gradle task ‘Before the launch’ in run configuration.
- Log viewer and Push dialog have been improved for Git and Mercurial. The existing Mercurial integration now offer synchronous branch control and supports subrepositories.
- JavaFX Scene Builder is now built into the editor. You no longer need to switch away from IntelliJ IDEA when editing your layouts.
- The built-in set of database tools has been improved in many ways, including Integrated Windows Authentication support for SQL Server, ‘Navigate to Table/Procedure’ action, a better Table view, and much more.