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We've just migrated our entire team from Eclipse to IntelliJ for our in-house web application development. Had to purchase premium licenses for the full Spring/Tomcat support, but well worth it.

One of the nicest features I've come across is database/persistence automation. If you setup database connections under the Databases panel, and then have some code which references those database tables (in our case entity classes annotated with @Entity and @Table), you can tell IntelliJ which database connections the code is relevant to, and it'll automatically validate that your entities are setup to point to valid tables, columns, and can even auto-generate entities for you. Just one of the small features in the IDE that makes it seem really intuitive.
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