There are instances when you are working on multiple JAVA projects in parallel, each one having a different JDK Version. This is a situation where the need for Java Version Manager becomes very important because it allows you to easily switch between JDK versions without having to do any installations.
When you are working with a big team where everyone has their own code formatting preferences, it becomes very difficult to have consistent formatting across your codebase. This is very common with Java projects as there are tons of options for IDEs too. So, let's get our hands dirty and try to implement provision for auto code format for Java using prettier and git hooks.
Save time and effort by enabling a hot reload of the spring boot application in IntelliJ Idea. This will allow your code changes to reflect without having to restart your application.