|Description||Eclipse shortcut||IntelliJ Shortcut|
|Navigate a Java Type||CTRL + ALT + T||CTRL + N|
|Navigate a Resource||CTRL + ALT + R||CTRL + SHIFT +N|
|Last Modified Source||ALT + Left arrow||CTRL + ALT + left arrow|
|Debug||F11||Shift + F9|
|Open Declaration||F3||CTRL + SHIFT + B|
|Open Hierarchy||F4||CTRL + H|
|Organize Imports||CRTL + SHIFT + O||CTRL + ALT + O|
|Find||CTRL + F||CTRL + F|
|Find Again/ previous||F3 / SHIFT + F3||F3 / SHIFT + F3|
|Step Out||F7||Shift + F8|
|To find impl of an abstract Method||?||Ctrl + Alt + B|
|To find usage||CTRL + SHIFT + G||Alt + F7|
Friday, October 24, 2008
IntelliJ shortcuts vs Eclipse shortcuts
Recently, I started to work with IntelliJ. But, honestly, after several years with Eclipse, it's hard to be effective because of key shortcuts which are different between the two IDEs. A little request on Google and I found this (great!) :
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