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  1. I totally agree with this, Eclipse is easier to teach java and more user friendly whereas intellij is meant for more experienced java developers.
     
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    That is why I recorded the second episode with eclipse. :p
     
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    Great guide.
     
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  4. Eclipse is alot better for new people tho.
     
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  5. Eclipse is not for noobs, I think it's one of the best dev Softwares ...
    Until now, I never heard "IntelliJ" ^^
    But if it's great for you ...
    Eclipse is very nice for me ;)
     
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    I have tips and fixes that even you should know before making spigot plugins :p (this is for tutorial #1)

    First of all, it is good practice to use the override annotation for overridden methods that are inherited from super classes. Second, never blind cast. Meaning, when casting to player (in the onCommand method), you are not checking if the sender is a Player, it could be the console which could result in an NPE.
     
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  7. Really helpful and I made one for my server its CircleParticles
     
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    I should update this tbh.
     
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