Follow @EclipseJavaIDE

If you’re new to the Eclipse IDE you’re already a big fan, you’ll find something of value every day by following @EclipseJavaIDE.  Frankly, there’s so much good stuff coming out of this account, that it’s hard to pick any favourites. So, I’ve pulled out a couple of recent ones.

Menu entries exist to help you complete incomplete thoughts and—of course—CTRL+1 is always there for Quick Fix or Quick Assist; but sometimes you just don’t want to take your hands off the keyboard.

Automating tedious operations like generating fields, getters and setters, etc. is something that the Eclipse IDE does well. Converting anonymous classes into lambda expressions? Easy.

Follow @EclipseJavaIDE to get your daily Eclipse IDE tips and tricks.

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