IntelliJ IDEA is a Java-based integrated development environment that comes in two editions: community and ultimate. The community edition is also known as the free edition. Both editions support Android, context management, local history tools, Java, XML, XSD, and DTD. However, only the premium (ultimate) edition has advanced database tools like an SQL editor and schema definition editor as well as a UML designer.
The ultimate edition also supports more languages, such as HTML, PHP, ActionScript, Ruby, Python (through a plug-in), and Velocity. The ultimate edition also has an extensive set of framework support tools and utilities for application servers. Customer support for the community version is also limited to the software’s forums and an issue tracking utility. Support for users of the ultimate version, on the other hand, is entirely free and available at all times of day and every day of the week.
The basic concept behind IntelliJ is to provide developers with an efficient and capable toolkit for creating their programs, allowing them free rein where creativity is concerned while still providing as much automated assistance as possible. Hence, the software is built for flexibility as much as for simplified and shorter workflow.
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