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IntelliJ Community Edition which is a trial version or free for lifetime ?

2 Answers

Hey Rangan! I took the Java Track, also, and yes, IntelliJ is a free for life text editor. There is no trial. You can, however, contribute to the community, just like Eclipse, Brackets, and other free editors.

I downloaded the ultimate version of from their site but it(Not the community edition) from but it shows me that it's only for 30 days ...

Ah, I'm sorry about that. After looking over the site, yes, you do have to pay for the ultimate edition, whereas the community edition is free. If you're looking for a good, free, lightweight yet powerful editor, I would recommend Brackets. http://brackets.io. I just started using it a few days ago, and I absolutely love it. Hope I helped! Let me know if I can help in any other way!

~ Gabriel

Ok thank you very much :) ...