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Learning Play! Framework 2 by Andy Petrella

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Keeping your habits

In the previous section, we installed the framework on our machine, and we even created our first application. The next natural step for any developer would be to open the project in our preferred IDE.

It is good for us that Play! has already configured everything in order to generate the project and module files required by the most popular IDEs.

Let's see how to configure Eclipse and IntelliJ IDEA, and then we'll see how to deal with another editor: Sublime Text 2. But first of all, you will have to enter your application in the terminal:

$> cd play-jbook
$> play
Keeping your habits

While executing, you might see checks for a lot of things (dependencies), ...

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