IntelliJ IDEA Plugins

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Rust

Rust language support.

TYPO3 CMS Plugin

TYPO3 CMS Plugin GitHub Repository.

Go

This plugin extends IntelliJ platform with Go-specific coding assistance and tool integrations, and has everything you could find in GoLand.

Git Commit Message Plugin

Create Git commit messages.

Sticky Selection

You can mark a selection to be permanently highlighted, even when your caret moves away. Inspired by "Style token" of Notepad++.

YouTrack Integration Plugin

Extends bundled task management plugin to provide deeper integration with YouTrack bug tracker.

Material Theme UI

This will add the Material Theme look to your IDE.

Merger

Merger is a tool for constructing arbitrary build algorithms using modules, branches, VCS repositories (svn and git), other builder(ant, maven, npm) and the capabilities...

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Scala

The Scala plugin extends IntelliJ IDEA’s toolset with support for Scala, sbt, Scala.js, Hocon, and Play Framework.

BashSupport

Bash language support for the IntelliJ platform.

NodeJS

Node.js integration.

Markdown support

Markdown support for IntelliJ products.

LiveEdit

Provides live edit HTML/CSS/JavaScript.

IdeaVim

Vim emulation plug-in for IDEs based on the IntelliJ platform.

Markdown Navigator

Markdown Navigator 2.0 Markdown language support for IntelliJ platform A Markdown plugin with GFM and a matching preview style.

Symfony Plugin

Symfony Plugin Documentation | Doc on GitHub | Donate.

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Grep Console

Change colors of matching text.

Php Inspections (EA Extended)

For support and donations please visit Github | Issues | PayPal | Patreon.

String Manipulation

Provides actions for text manipulation.

Nyan Progress Bar

Pretty progress bars for IJ based IDEs.

Symfony Plugin

Symfony Plugin Documentation | Doc on GitHub | Donate.

CodeGlance

Embeds a code minimap similar to the one found in Sublime into the editor pane.

PlantUML integration

PlantUML diagramming tool integration.

Advanced Java Folding

Modern JVM languages such as Kotlin, Groovy, Scala and some others offer many language features that let you write code in a more concise and expressive manner.