IntelliJ IDEA supports Gradle. In this section:
Before you start working with Gradle files, make sure that:
- Gradle is downloaded and installed on your computer.
- IntelliJ IDEA supports Gradle SDK version 1.2. and later.
- Gradle plugin is enabled. The plugin is bundled with IntelliJ IDEA and activated by default. If the plugin is not activated, enable it on the Plugins page of the Settings / Preferences Dialog as described in Enabling and Disabling Plugins.
Gradle files are marked with icon.
Gradle support includes:
- Ability to deduce Gradle home from the environment variables, or configure Gradle home in IntelliJ IDEA.
- ability to edit
.gradlefiles. So doing, the initial coding assistance, provided by IntelliJ IDEA, is the same as for Groovy.
- ability to import projects from the existing Gradle models. So doing, IntelliJ IDEA downloads all the necessary dependencies.
- Dedicated Gradle tool window.
- Ability to synchronize structures of Gradle and IntelliJ IDEA projects.
- Running Gradle scripts with the Groovy run/debug configuration.
Last modified: 21 March 2017