Installing IntelliJ IDEA0:55 with Chris Ramacciotti
This video outlines our use of IntelliJ to develop Spring apps.
Local Development Environments Workshop
Installing IntelliJ IDEA on a Mac
Intall IntelliJ IDEA on Windows
As we begin the adventure of writing our first web application in Java, 0:00 we'll find it most useful to use an IDE instead of Treehouse Workspaces. 0:04 Remember, IDE stands for integrated development environment, and 0:09 is where we write our Java source code. 0:13 If you you worked through our local development environments course, 0:15 you probably have IntelliJ IDEA installed as a Java IDE. 0:18 Well the ultimate edition of IntelliJ has great integrated support for 0:23 Spring applications, the free Community Edition will work quite well for us too. 0:27 If you don't have IntelliJ installed on your computer, 0:33 you should check out the local development environments course for details. 0:35 In the teacher's notes, you'll see a link to the course, 0:39 as well as a link to instructions that help you install IntelliJ. 0:42 If you have any difficulties installing, please post your questions in the forum. 0:47 Otherwise, I'll see you in the next video after you're done. 0:51
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