Quarkus support in IDE's

Quarkus is still young and thus it might come as a surprise to some there are actually already a good amount of Quarkus support in most of the various IDE’s.

Its important to realize that Quarkus is using mainly standard technology and API thus no special IDE tooling is required to use Quarkus, but if you do like dedicated Quarkus integration in your IDE then see the list below.

The current list is:

  • Quarkus Tools for Visual Studio Code

  • JBoss Tools Quarkus Tools for Eclipse

  • Quarkus Tools for IntelliJ

  • IntelliJ Ultimate Edition built-in Quarkus support

  • Eclipse Che is on its way

The table below gives an overview of the current IDE’s with links and a high-level overview of their features.

If you want support for Quarkus in your favorite IDE/Editor then scroll down…​

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200
VSCode Quarkus Tools

200
Eclipse Quarkus Tools

100
IntelliJ Quarkus Tools

100
Intellij Ultimate

100
Eclipse Che

Description

Visual Studio Code extension to install using the marketplace

Eclipse plugin to install into Eclipse using an updatesite

Intellij plugin that works in Intellij Community and Ultimate. Available from Marketplace.

Built-in Quarkus features available only in IntelliJ Ultimate

Built-in Quarkus features available in Eclipse Che incl. che.openshift.io.

Status

Stable

Alpha

Beta

Stable (since 2019.3)

Coming Soon!

Downloads

Marketplace
Development Builds

Development Update Site

Marketplace
Development Builds

Installer

Source

Github

Github

Github

Closed-Source

Quarkus Language Server

Wizards w/code.quarkus.io

Custom Wizard

Config editor

Config autocompletion

Config validation

Config profiles

Config outline

Easy Launch debug/dev:mode

Quarkus Code Snippets

Injection Discovery/Navigation

What about Quarkus Tools in <my favorite IDE/editor> ?

What is amazing is that the first three are almost all at feature parity because they are using the awesome Quarkus Language Server made by the Red Hat Developer team. If you are interested in enabling Quarkus tooling support for your favorite IDE/editor you should give that language server a go - and let me know once you have it working and get added to this list!

I can’t wait to add emacs and vi to this list :)

Have fun!
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