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Archive for the ‘intelliJ’ Category

IntelliJ – Live Template – main() method generation

Posted by Venkatt Guhesan on April 27, 2011

IntelliJ – Live Template – main() method generation

Type “psvm” Ctrl+J will generate the main method.

Why “psvm”?
“public static void main”

😉

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IntelliJ – serialVersionUID – enabling

Posted by Venkatt Guhesan on February 18, 2011

If you are wondering why when you make a POJO bean to implement Serializable, IntelliJ does not throw any warnings to create the serialVersionUID variable… It’s because you need to enable it. Here’s how:

Cheers!

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