The JetBrains plugin is compatible with all JetBrains products: IntelliJ, PHPStorm, CLion, PyCharm, etc.
You can see all compatible product directly on the Jetbrains marketplace.
How to get the JetBrains extension
You can get it directly from the Jetbrains marketplace within any Jetbrains product. Search for Codiga and it will appear.
The extension is available on the Jetbrains Marketplace
Using a code snippet
You can search and use code snippet by triggering the menu (
Tools > Codiga Assistant) as show below.
A window appears and you can enter keywords to search for a code snippet. Suggestions appear and you can go back and forth between code suggestions.
Shortcuts in Jetbrains
You can use Code snippets via shortcuts. Since you all must not be familiar with the shortcuts, press
It will open up a cheat sheet with a list of shortcuts. Once you are familiar with the shortcuts, you can directly use them on your IDE.
Creating a code snippet
To create a code snippet, select the code you want to share, click right and select
"Create Codiga code snippet".
Your browser opens with the code and its language directly initialized.
Linking your Codiga account
If you want to use the code snippets, you need to link your Codiga account using an API token.
An API token is what you need if you want to start an integration with Codiga. It relies on tokens provided by the user.
Go on the API tokens page and generate a new token. You can create multiple tokens and associate a description to them (for example, if you want to have one token for VS Code, one for your CI pipeline, etc.).
Then, go into the Jetbrains settings, search for the configuration section
Tools > Codiga API and enter your API Token, as shown below.
Reporting an issue
You can get help by joining our Slack Community
You can report an issue on the Jetbrains plugin directly on GitHub.