IntelliJ IDEA supports tight integration between Groovy and Java. For example, you can reference a Java interface from a Groovy script. So doing, you have to keep in mind that anonymous classes are not allowed in Groovy. That's why IntelliJ IDEA suggests a handy quick fix.
- Create a Java interface you want to instantiate in a Groovy script. For example:
- Open the desired Groovy script for editing, and type the following code:
As you see, IntelliJ IDEA highlights this code as erroneous.
- Press Alt+EnterAlt+EnterAlt+EnterAlt+EnterAlt+EnterAlt+EnterAlt+EnterAlt+EnterAlt+Enter, Shift+Alt+J or Ctrl+Shift+MAlt EnterAlt EnterCommand 1 to reveal the quick fix, and click Dynamize invalid interface instantiation.
- Depending on the number of methods in the Java interface, the further behavior is different:
Java interface contains two or more methods. In this case,
you have to specify which methods
should be implemented:
The instantiation code is converted to a map:
Java interface contains a single method. In this case, the
instantiation code is converted
silently to a closure:
- Java interface contains two or more methods. In this case, you have to specify which methods should be implemented: