In this post, I would like to introduce some of the useful tools for code-check or code-formatter or etc in IntelliJ.
Checkstyle automatically checks Java code to enforce a coding standard. It can find class design problems, method design problems or code layout and formatting issues.
If you use IntelliJ, A plugin for it automatically checks a source code, so you can easy to find a bad code in your coding.
- https://www.nakamuri.info/mw/index.php/IntelliJ_IDEA_%E3%81%A7_CheckStyle_%E3%82%92%E4%BD%BF%E3%81%86%E3%81%AB%E3%81%AF (In Japanese)
FindBugs looks for bugs in Java code. It looks instances of “bug patterns” that are likely to be errors. It can be used by many editors or CI tools like Jenkins.
- http://blog.exoego.net/2014/01/static-code-analysis-may-save-mzp.html (In Japanese)
IntelliJ can use Eclipse code-formatting file.
- https://qiita.com/tamura__246/items/7c403111283a612b4c4f (In Japanese)
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