IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3 Help

New Project wizard

Use the New Project wizard to create a new project from scratch. To open the wizard, launch IntelliJ IDEA.

If the Welcome screen opens, click Create New Project. Otherwise, from the main menu, select File | New | Project.

New Project wizard

Java

Project SDK

Specify the necessary JDK version.

If the JDK is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select it from the list. Otherwise, click New and select the JDK installation directory (for example, jdk-11.0.0.jdk).

For more information on how to configure a JDK, refer to Java Development Kit (JDK).

Additional Libraries and Frameworks

Select the technologies, frameworks and languages that you want your project to support, and specify the associated settings.

For more information, refer to Additional libraries and frameworks.

Create project from template

Create a simple Java application that includes a class with main() method.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Java Enterprise

Project SDK

Specify the necessary JDK version.

If the JDK is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select it from the list. Otherwise, click New and select the JDK installation directory (for example, jdk-11.0.0.jdk).

For more information on how to configure a JDK, refer to Java Development Kit (JDK).

Java EE version

Select the Java EE version to be supported. Affects the corresponding version setting for the Web Application, EJB and JavaEE Application options.

Application Server

Specify the application server that you are going to use to deploy and run your application. As a result, IntelliJ IDEA will create a run/debug configuration for the specified server.

You can specify the server later.

Additional Libraries and Frameworks

Select the technologies, frameworks and languages that you want your project to support, and specify the associated settings.

For more information, refer to Additional libraries and frameworks.

Create project from template

Create a simple Java Enterprise Web project.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Descriptor Version

Select the necessary version of the deployment configuration file.

Application server

Specify the application server that you are going to use to deploy and run your application.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

JBoss

Project SDK

Specify the necessary JDK version.

If the JDK is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select it from the list. Otherwise, click New and select the JDK installation directory (for example, jdk-11.0.0.jdk).

For more information on how to configure a JDK, refer to Java Development Kit (JDK).

Additional Libraries and Frameworks

Select the technologies, frameworks and languages that you want your project to support, and specify the associated settings.

For more information, refer to Additional libraries and frameworks.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Clouds

Project SDK

Specify the necessary JDK version.

If the JDK is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select it from the list. Otherwise, click New and select the JDK installation directory (for example, jdk-11.0.0.jdk).

For more information on how to configure a JDK, refer to Java Development Kit (JDK).

Account

Select your cloud user account or configure a new one.

IntelliJ IDEA creates a sample Java web application that can be able to deploy to the cloud and run straight away.

Version

The version of the Servlet specification.

Create web.xml

For version 3.0 or later: select this checkbox to create the deployment descriptor file web.xml. For earlier versions, this file is always created.

You can select to create a new application or to clone the source code for one of your applications already deployed on Heroku.

Template

Create a new sample application. You'll be able to deploy this application to Heroku straight away.

Existing

Select the application that you want to clone.

Spring

Project SDK

Specify the necessary JDK version.

If the JDK is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select it from the list. Otherwise, click New and select the JDK installation directory (for example, jdk-11.0.0.jdk).

For more information on how to configure a JDK, refer to Java Development Kit (JDK).

Additional Libraries and Frameworks

Select the technologies, frameworks and languages that you want your project to support, and specify the associated settings.

For more information, refer to Additional libraries and frameworks.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

JavaFX

Project SDK

Specify the necessary JDK version.

If the JDK is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select it from the list. Otherwise, click New and select the JDK installation directory (for example, jdk-11.0.0.jdk).

For more information on how to configure a JDK, refer to Java Development Kit (JDK).

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Android

Select the type of project you want to create from categories of device form factors that are shown as tabs at the top of the wizard.

Creating a new Android project
Name

Specify the name for your project.

Package name

Specify the package name. By default, this package name also becomes your application ID. If necessary, you will be able to change it later.

Save location

Use this field to specify the location of your project.

Language

Select the Language you want to use for creating sample code for your new project.

Minimum API level

Select the minimum API level that you want to use in the project. If you are not sure which level to select, click the Help me choose link in the dialog.

This project will support instant apps

Select the checkbox if your project supports instant experiences though Google Play Instant, and you want to enable it for your application.

IntelliJ Platform Plugin

Project SDK

Select the SDK that you want to use for developing your plugin.

Additional Libraries and Frameworks

Select the technologies, frameworks and languages that you want your project to support, and specify the associated settings.

For more information, refer to Additional libraries and frameworks.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Spring Initializr

Project SDK

Specify the necessary JDK version.

If the JDK is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select it from the list. Otherwise, click New and select the JDK installation directory (for example, jdk-11.0.0.jdk).

For more information on how to configure a JDK, refer to Java Development Kit (JDK).

Choose Initializr Service URL

Specify the Spring Initializr instance URL. By default, the https://start.spring.io instance is specified, but you can use any other custom instance.

Group

Specify the group name (for example, com.example).

Artifact

Specify the name of the package that will be created together with the project.

Type

Select a build tool and the project configuration type.

Language

Select the language for your application: Java, Kotlin, or Groovy.

Packaging

Select a packaging option: Jar or War.

Java Version

If you want to build your project on a Java version different from your project JDK version, you can select it here.

Version

Specify a version of a new project. By default, this field is specified automatically.

Name

Specify the project name.

Description

Provide a short description for your application.

Package

Specify the name for the package that will be created together with the project.

Select starters and dependencies. If you select technologies that require additional plugins, the IDE will notify you about it once the project is created, and will suggest installing or enabling them.

Spring boot
Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Maven

Project SDK

Specify the necessary JDK version.

If the JDK is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select it from the list. Otherwise, click New and select the JDK installation directory (for example, jdk-11.0.0.jdk).

For more information on how to configure a JDK, refer to Java Development Kit (JDK).

Create from archetype

Select this checkbox if you want to use a predefined project template for your project. You can configure your own archetype by clicking Add Archetype.

GroupId

Specify a package of a new project.

ArtifcatId

Specify the name of your project.

Version

Specify a version of a new project. By default, this field is specified automatically.

Maven home directory

Select a bundled Maven version that is available or the result of resolved system variables such as MAVEN_HOME or MAVEN2_HOME. You can also specify your own Maven version that is installed on your machine.

User settings file

Specify the file that contains user-specific configuration for Maven in the text field.

If you need to specify another file, select the Override checkbox, click the Browse button, and select another file.

Local repository

By default, this field shows the path to the local directory under the user home that stores downloads and contains the temporary build artifacts that you have not yet released.

If you need to specify another directory, select the Override checkbox, click the Browse button, and select another directory.

Properties

By default, the columns in this area display system properties that are passed to Maven for creating a project from the archetype.

You can add, remove, and edit these properties.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Gradle

Project SDK

Specify the necessary JDK version.

If the JDK is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select it from the list. Otherwise, click New and select the JDK installation directory (for example, jdk-11.0.0.jdk).

For more information on how to configure a JDK, refer to Java Development Kit (JDK).

Kotlin DSL build script

Select this checkbox if you want to use the script.

Additional Libraries and Frameworks

Select the technologies, frameworks and languages that you want your project to support, and specify the associated settings.

For more information, refer to Additional libraries and frameworks.

GroupId

Specify groupId of the new project. You can omit this field if you plan to deploy your project locally.

ArtifcatId

Specify artifactId that is added as a name of your new project.

Version

Specify version of the new project. By default, this field is filled in automatically.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Groovy

Project SDK

Specify the necessary JDK version.

If the JDK is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select it from the list. Otherwise, click New and select the JDK installation directory (for example, jdk-11.0.0.jdk).

For more information on how to configure a JDK, refer to Java Development Kit (JDK).

Groovy library

If the necessary version of Groovy is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select it from the list. Alternatively, click Create and select the Groovy installation directory.

Additional Libraries and Frameworks

Select the technologies, frameworks and languages that you want your project to support, and specify the associated settings.

For more information, refer to Additional libraries and frameworks.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Grails

Project SDK

Specify the necessary JDK version.

If the JDK is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select it from the list. Otherwise, click New and select the JDK installation directory (for example, jdk-11.0.0.jdk).

For more information on how to configure a JDK, refer to Java Development Kit (JDK).

Grails SDK Home

Specify your local Grails version installation that is represented by a library.

create-app or create-plugin

Select one of these options depending on the type of the application that want to create.

Options

Use this field for additional options. For example, you can specify a profile such as --profile=web for Grails.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Application Forge

Project SDK

Specify the necessary JDK version.

If the JDK is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select it from the list. Otherwise, click New and select the JDK installation directory (for example, jdk-11.0.0.jdk).

For more information on how to configure a JDK, refer to Java Development Kit (JDK).

Project Type

Select an application type (Application or Plugin).

Grails Version

Select the Grails version that you want to use in your application.

Profile

Select the necessary application profile.

Features

Select the necessary checkboxes to specify features for your project.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Kotlin

Select a project type and a build system: IntelliJ IDEA or Gradle.

New Kotlin project
Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Project SDK

Specify the necessary SDK version.

If the SDK is already defined in IntelliJ IDEA, select it from the list. Otherwise, click New and select the SDK installation directory.

Kotlin JS library or Kotlin runtime

Specify the library that resides within the Kotlin plugin and contains the standard Kotlin classes. If the necessary library is missing, click Create.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Create source root

Select the checkbox to create the directory with production code together with the project.

Step 2

Automatically import this project on changes in build script files

Select this checkbox to automatically re-import the project the every time you make changes in the build file.

Use Gradle from

Select the default Gradle wrapper, use a Gradle wrapper as a task, or configure a local Gradle distribution. For more infomration, refer to Configure a Gradle version for a project.

Gradle JVM

Specify the path to the Java runtime.

Step 3

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Static Web

All options except Static Web are only available the Ultimate edition.

Select the necessary framework.

Creating a new Static Web project
Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Version

Specify the version of the template in accordance to which the stub will be generated. Click the Refresh button to refresh the list of available template versions.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Node interpreter

Specify the Node.js interpreter that you want to use in this project. You can select a configured interpreter from the list or click Add to configure a new one.

If you have no Node.js on your computer, select Download Node.js from the list.

create-react-app

Select npx create-react-app.

Alternatively, for npm version 5.1 and earlier, install the create-react-app package yourself by running npm install --g create-react-app in the Terminal Alt+F12. When creating an application, select the folder where the create-react-app package is stored.

Scripts version

Specify a custom package to use instead of react-scripts during the project generation. This can be one of the packages forked from react-scripts, for example, react-awesome-scripts, custom-react-scripts, react-scripts-ts, and so on.

Create TypeScript project

Select this checkbox to enable TypeScript for your project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Version

Specify the version of the template in accordance to which the stub will be generated. Click the Refresh button to refresh the list of available template versions.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Node interpreter

Specify the Node.js interpreter that you want to use in this project. You can select a configured interpreter from the list or click Add to configure a new one.

If you have no Node.js on your computer, select Download Node.js from the list.

React Native

Select npx --package react-native-cli react-native.

Alternatively, for npm version 5.1 and earlier, install the react-native-cli package yourself by running npm install -g react-native-cli in the Terminal Alt+F12. When creating an application, select the folder where the react-native-cli package is stored.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Version

Specify the version of the template in accordance to which the stub will be generated. Click the Refresh button to refresh the list of available template versions.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Node interpreter

Specify the Node.js interpreter that you want to use in this project. You can select a configured interpreter from the list or click Add to configure a new one.

If you have no Node.js on your computer, select Download Node.js from the list.

Angular CLI

Select npx --package @angular/cli ng.

Alternatively, for npm version 5.1 and earlier, install the @angular/cli package yourself by running npm install -g @angular/cli in the Terminal Alt+F12. When creating an application, select the folder where the @angular/cli package is stored.

Additional parameters

(Optional) Specify the extra ng new options to pass to Angular CLI.

Code completion is available in this field: as you start typing the name of an option or press Ctrl+Space, IntelliJ IDEA shows you the available options and their description.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Node.js and NPM

Select the project type: Node.js or Node.js Express App.

Creating a new Node.js project
Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Node interpreter

In this field, specify the Node.js interpreter to use. This can be a local Node.js interpreter or a Node.js on Windows Subsystem for Linux. .

Package manager

Specify the location of the Node.js package manager file npm.cmd. In most cases, IntelliJ IDEA detects the Node.js executable and fills in the field automatically.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Node interpreter

In this field, specify the Node.js interpreter to use. This can be a local Node.js interpreter or a Node.js on Windows Subsystem for Linux. .

Package manager

Specify the location of the Node.js package manager file npm.cmd. In most cases, IntelliJ IDEA detects the Node.js executable and fills in the field automatically.

Version

Select the version of the template in accordance to which the stub will be generated. Click the Refresh button to refresh the list of available template versions..

View Engine

Select the template engine that you want to use.

Stylesheet Engine

Select the CSS preprocessor for your project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Flash

Target platform

Select the target environment for the content that you are going to develop:

  • Web for Flash player / Web browser-targeted content.

  • Desktop for Adobe AIR-targeted content.

  • Mobile for the content intended for mobile devices (Android, iOS, and so on).

Pure ActionScript

Select this checkbox if you are not going to use .mxml (that is, all your source code will be written in ActionScript).

Output type

Select the intended output type, that is, what your resulting content is going to be:

  • Application: a runnable application, an SWF file.

  • Runtime-loaded module: a dynamically-loadable module, an SWF file.

  • Library: an SWC file.

Target devices

For a Mobile Application: use the Android and iOS checkboxes to specify the intended target devices for your application.

As a result, IntelliJ IDEA enables or disables creating an application descriptor and packaging your application for the corresponding devices.

Flex/AIR SDK

Select the Flex or AIR SDK to be used.

If the list is empty or does not contain the required SDK, click the Browse button Shift+Enter and add the required SDK in the Configure SDK dialog.

Target player

For the Web target platform: the target Flash Player version (readonly). This setting is defined by the selected Flex SDK version.

Create sample app

For the Application output type: select this checkbox if you want a sample application to be created.

You can use this sample application for learning and also as a basis for your own application development.

If necessary, change the source filename suggested by IntelliJ IDEA.

Create HTML wrapper template

For a Web Application: select this checkbox if you want an HTML wrapper template for your application to be created.

Select or deselect the associated options as needed:

  • Enable integration with browser navigation: select this option to enable deep linking.

    Deep linking lets users navigate their interactions with the application by using the Back and Forward buttons in their browser.

  • Check Flash player version: if you select this option, the compiled application will check for the correct version of Flash Player.

  • Express install: if you select this option, the application will run an SWF file in the existing Flash Player to upgrade users to the latest version of the player.

Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Module name

Specify the module name. By default, the project name is used.

Content root

Specify the path to the module content root folder (the folder that stores your source code). It's recommended that you use the default path.

Module file location

Specify the path to the folder where the .iml module file should be created. By default, this file is created in the module content root folder (recommended).

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Empty Project

Select Empty Project and click Next.

Creating a new empty project
Project name

Specify the project name.

Project location

Specify the path to the directory in which you want to create the project. By default, the IDE creates a directory with the same name as the project.

Project format

It's recommended that you use the directory-based format.

Last modified: 24 December 2019