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Apex Intention Actions

by nchursin ST3

Sublime Text 3 plugin to speed up your Salesforce development

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Apex Intention Actions

A Sublime Text 3 plugin to speed up your Salesforce coding.

Description

Snippets and commands to speed up you Salesfroce development

Requirements

  1. Sublime Text 3
  2. MavensMate is highly recommended. But I guess you already have it.

Since MavensMate requires ST 3, there will be no ST 2 support.

Installation

If you have previously installed the plugin manually or through repo - please remove it!

  1. Install Package Control if you don't have it already
  2. Run Package Control: Install Package command
  3. Search for Apex Intention Actions
  4. Hit Enter

How to use it

Intention Action

  1. Find a line defining class property. E.g.

public Boolean boolProperty; 2. Press Alt+Space or use command Apex Intention Actions: Show available actions. 3. Choose action, press Enter

A little demo:

Regular snippets

Just start typing something. If there is a snippet - autocomplete will show it to you. Full list of snippets is available here.

Working intention actions:

  1. Add getter
  2. Add setter
  3. Add both getter and setter
  4. Add constructor parameter
  5. Add class constructor
  6. Add init method and call in each constructor
  7. Add 0-arg constructor and init method
  8. Add method overload

All actions have short cut. Ctrl+M (⌘+M on Mac), then use following shortcuts:

  1. G - Add getter
  2. S - Add setter
  3. Ctrl+G(⌘+G) or Ctrl+S(⌘+S) - Add both getter and setter
  4. Ctrl+P(⌘+P) - Add constructor parameter
  5. C - Add class constructor
  6. I - Add init method and call in each constructor
  7. Ctrl+C(⌘+C) or Ctrl+I(⌘+I) - Add 0-arg constructor and init method
  8. Ctrl+O(⌘+O) - Add method overload

Customizations

Action menu has two styles: quick panel and pop-up menu. To switch between them use preferences command for the plugin and change the intention_menu_mode settings. Two options available: quickpanel and popup.

To change key bindings use the Preferences: Apex Intention Actions Key Bindings – User command.

Check out the Customization page on project's wiki!

License

Apache 2.0