We've talked about how to set up a new project with IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate and Tomcat and use Tomcat with an existing application. We've also used the HTTP client available in IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate.
Here are some useful keyboard shortcuts for working with your Tomcat Server:
- You can run your application with ^R (macOS), or Shift+F10 (Windows/Linux)
- You can run your application with the debugger with ^D (macOS), or Shift+F9 (Windows/Linux)
- You can stop your application with ⌘F2 (macOS), or Ctrl+F2 (Windows/Linux)
- You can update your application with ⌘F10 (macOS), or Ctrl+F10 (Windows/Linux)
Alternatively, you can use the buttons to the left of the Services ⌘8 (macOS), Alt+8 (Windows/Linux) window to work with your Tomcat server.
If you'd like more information, please see the video on working with Tomcat in IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate from Dalia.