30 Handy Eclipse
Shortcuts
Secret of Super Productive Developers
By www.FromDev.com
Why Eclipse?
● Eclipse is one of the most popular developer
IDE. This open source and free to use tool is
also very powerf...
Why Use Keyboard Shortcuts
● Developers like to use more keyboard than
mouse.
● Keyboard shortcuts make things faster.
● D...
Navigate: Organize Imports
Ctrl + Shift + O
Navigate: Comment / Uncomment Code Line or Block
Ctrl + /
Navigate: Open A Type
Ctrl + Shift + T
Navigate: Show Code Outline
Ctrl + O
Navigate: Open Declaration
F3
Navigate: Open Editor
Ctrl + E
Navigate: Close All Open Editors
Ctrl + Shift + F4
Navigate: Maximize or Un-Maximize Tab
Ctrl + M
Refactor: Quick Rename
Alt + Shift + R
Refactor: Extract Local Variable
Alt + Shift + L
Refactor: Convert to Method
Alt + Shift + M
Refactor: Move Code To Another Class
Alt + Shift + V
Edit: Format Code
Alt + Shift + F
Edit: Quick Fix Assist
CTRL + 1
Edit: To Lowercase
CTRL + SHIFT + Y
Edit: To Uppercase
CTRL + SHIFT + X
Edit: Delete Line
CTRL + D
Debug: Launch App In Debug
F11
Debug: Step Into
F5
Debug: Next Step
F6
Debug: Step Out
F7
Debug: Skip To Next Breakpoint
F8
Debug: Jump to Line Number
CTRL + L
Build All Projects
CTRL + B
Refresh Project or File From Filesystem
F5
Other Common Shortcuts: Undo
CTRL + Z
Other Common Shortcuts: Redo
CTRL + SHIFT + Z
Other Common Shortcuts: Select All
CTRL + A
Most Important: List All Shortcuts :)
CTRL + SHIFT + L
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Eclipse is my favorite tool since I started coding in Java. Over past few years I have learned many shortcuts and these Shortcuts have made my life very easy and highly productive. Eclipse supports a huge number of shortcuts, however not all of them are useful in everyday programming life.

This article is listing down the really useful shortcuts that are quick to learn and use. You will also start remembering them since these are often required in every day development tasks.

Developer and programmers are typically keyboard friendly and they like to do as many things as possible with keyboard shortcuts.

Many shortcuts that work on Windows system are also applicable inside the eclipse IDE and I am sure you must be using them already. My favorite one is Copy (CTRL + C) and Paste (CTRL + V)

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Handy Eclipse Shortcuts For Super Productive Developers

  1. 1. 30 Handy Eclipse Shortcuts Secret of Super Productive Developers By www.FromDev.com
  2. 2. Why Eclipse? ● Eclipse is one of the most popular developer IDE. This open source and free to use tool is also very powerful. ● Its mostly used by Java developers and also by other language developers including Python and PHP.
  3. 3. Why Use Keyboard Shortcuts ● Developers like to use more keyboard than mouse. ● Keyboard shortcuts make things faster. ● Dozens of repeated tasks can be done really quick. ● Its fun :)
  4. 4. Navigate: Organize Imports Ctrl + Shift + O
  5. 5. Navigate: Comment / Uncomment Code Line or Block Ctrl + /
  6. 6. Navigate: Open A Type Ctrl + Shift + T
  7. 7. Navigate: Show Code Outline Ctrl + O
  8. 8. Navigate: Open Declaration F3
  9. 9. Navigate: Open Editor Ctrl + E
  10. 10. Navigate: Close All Open Editors Ctrl + Shift + F4
  11. 11. Navigate: Maximize or Un-Maximize Tab Ctrl + M
  12. 12. Refactor: Quick Rename Alt + Shift + R
  13. 13. Refactor: Extract Local Variable Alt + Shift + L
  14. 14. Refactor: Convert to Method Alt + Shift + M
  15. 15. Refactor: Move Code To Another Class Alt + Shift + V
  16. 16. Edit: Format Code Alt + Shift + F
  17. 17. Edit: Quick Fix Assist CTRL + 1
  18. 18. Edit: To Lowercase CTRL + SHIFT + Y
  19. 19. Edit: To Uppercase CTRL + SHIFT + X
  20. 20. Edit: Delete Line CTRL + D
  21. 21. Debug: Launch App In Debug F11
  22. 22. Debug: Step Into F5
  23. 23. Debug: Next Step F6
  24. 24. Debug: Step Out F7
  25. 25. Debug: Skip To Next Breakpoint F8
  26. 26. Debug: Jump to Line Number CTRL + L
  27. 27. Build All Projects CTRL + B
  28. 28. Refresh Project or File From Filesystem F5
  29. 29. Other Common Shortcuts: Undo CTRL + Z
  30. 30. Other Common Shortcuts: Redo CTRL + SHIFT + Z
  31. 31. Other Common Shortcuts: Select All CTRL + A
  32. 32. Most Important: List All Shortcuts :) CTRL + SHIFT + L
  33. 33. Thank You Did you find this document useful? Please hit the like button. You May Also like to Read Best Productivity Plugins for Eclipse 15 Useful Tips to Speed Up Eclipse

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