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Lift in Action: The Simply Functional Web Framework for Scala by Timothy Perrett

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Appendix B. Configuring an IDE

Throughout this book, the code and explanations have assumed you’re using the base level of tooling required to actually work with Lift. Specifically, this means a build tool and a text editor. While this can be a very effective environment for power users or those who prefer a no-frills development workflow, many people prefer to use an integrated development environment (IDE) to centralize their working.

At the time of writing, there was a range of IDEs available for Scala coding, and this appendix will show you how to take a base SBT project and set it up to work with two of the most popular IDEs: JetBrains IntelliJ and Eclipse.

The following two sections assume that you have set up a fresh SBT project by ...

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