In Part 1 of our webinar series, Live Coding an IntelliJ IDEA Plugin from Scratch, we were building a tool for generating the implementations of the comparable interface using the Google Guava library. In this second part we pickup where we left off and focus on testing our plugin code. In Live Coding an IntelliJ IDEA Plugin from Scratch (Part 2) we will:
• Test our example plugin using our testing framework;
• Manage dependencies using our project model APIs;
• Show how to write inspections (code analysis) and intentions (quick fixes).
For future sessions, we welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions.