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Set up an IDE

IntelliJ IDEA

  • Replace all references of IntelliJ IDEA → Preferences to File → Settings if you are using Windows or Linux.

Supported IntelliJ versions: IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate Edition (required to work with Google App Engine). You can sign up for the free JetBrains student license if you are a student registered in an educational institution.

Prerequisites

  1. You need a Java 8 SDK defined in IntelliJ IDEA as follows:

    • Click Configure → Project Defaults → Project Structure (or File → Project Structure if a project is open). Select SDKs under Platform Settings and check if there is an SDK with JDK home path pointing to a JDK 8 path. If there is none, add a new SDK which uses JDK 8. intellijsetupguide-1.png
  2. You need the Google Cloud Code plugin installed and configured:

    intellijsetupguide-2.png

    • During installation, you may encounter a prompt to disable the obsolete Google App Engine Integration plugin. Answer Yes.
    • After installation, restart IntelliJ IDEA.
    • (Optional) To configure the plugin to use a specific Cloud SDK installation, click Configure → Settings/Preferences (or IntelliJ IDEA → Preferences if a project is open), go to Other Settings → Cloud Code → Cloud SDK, choose Use a custom local installation, and select your Google Cloud SDK directory.

Project Setup

  1. Import the project as a Gradle project as follows:

    1. Click Import Project (or File → New → Project from Existing Sources... if a project is open).
    2. Select the local repository folder and click Open.
    3. Select Import project from external model and then Gradle.
    4. Click Next.
    5. Check Use auto-import and uncheck Create separate module per source set.
    6. Ensure Create directories for empty content root automatically is unchecked.
    7. Ensure Use default gradle wrapper is selected.
    8. Ensure for Gradle JVM: that a JDK 8 is selected.
    9. Click Finish. Wait for the indexing process to complete.
    10. You should see a dialog box with the message:
      Frameworks detected: Google App Engine Standard, Angular CLI frameworks are detected..
      OR
      Frameworks detected: Web, Google App Engine Standard, Angular CLI frameworks are detected.
      Click on Configure and ensure that only Google App Engine Standard and Angular CLI frameworks are shown, then click OK. If there are other frameworks shown, click Cancel and wait until indexing is completed, then try again.

      If you closed or missed the dialog box, go to View → Tool Windows → Event Log. You should see the same message as the message in the dialog box. Click Configure and then OK.

  2. Configure the following project-specific settings (all can be found in IntelliJ IDEA → Preferences → ...):

    • Indentation: 2 spaces are used in place of tabs for indentations. For Java and XML, 4 spaces are used instead. Configure for all the languages used in TEAMMATES:

      1. Go to Editor → Code Style.
      2. Select Project for Scheme if you do not wish to make the settings the default for your IDE.
      3. For TypeScript, JSON, CSS, and HTML:
        • Ensure that Use tab character is unchecked, and Tab size:, Indent:, and Continuation indent: are 2, 2, and 4 respectively.
      4. Repeat the previous step for Java and XML using the numbers 4, 4, and 8 respectively.
    • Text encoding: UTF-8 is used for text encoding. Go to Editor → File Encodings and ensure that Project Encoding and Default Encoding for properties files is set to UTF-8.

  3. Click OK.

  4. To move on to the development phase, refer to this document.

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