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= Matt Raible's IntelliJ IDEA Live Templates

These are the[IntelliJ IDEA Live Templates] that I've used in many demos and screencasts over the years.

I used IntelliJ's[sharing live templates] feature, to create idea-settings.jar. You should be able to import "Matt Raible's Shortcuts" using the following steps:

  1. On the File menu, click Import Settings.
  2. Specify the path to the JAR file with the exported live template configuration.
  3. In the Import Settings dialog box, select the Live templates check box and click OK.
  4. After restarting IntelliJ IDEA, you will see the imported live templates on the Live Templates page of the Settings / Preferences Dialog.[Download IntelliJ IDEA] today! It's a spectacular IDEA for Java, Kotlin, TypeScript, JavaScript, S/CSS, and HTML.

If you'd rather not import all of my templates, you can clone this project and open it in IntelliJ (with the Asciidoctor plugin installed). You should be able to edit this file and add the shortcuts below as live templates (Tools > Save as Live Template). Make sure to set the file type to match the language.

== Spring Boot

boot-entity [source,java]

@javax.persistence.Entity class $entity$ {

private java.lang.Long id;
private java.lang.String name;

public $entity$() {}

public $entity$(String name) { = name;

public java.lang.Long getId() {
    return id;

public void setId(java.lang.Long id) { = id;

public java.lang.String getName() {
    return name;

public void setName(java.lang.String name) { = name;

public java.lang.String toString() {
    return "$entity${" +
            "id=" + id +
            ", name='" + name + '\'' +


boot-entity-lombok [source,java]

@lombok.Data @lombok.AllArgsConstructor @lombok.NoArgsConstructor @javax.persistence.Entity class $name$ {

public $name$(java.lang.String name) { = name;

private java.lang.Long id;

private java.lang.String name;


boot-h2 [source,xml]

com.h2database h2 ----

boot-sql [source,sql]

insert into $entity$ (name) values ('First'); insert into $entity$ (name) values ('Second');

boot-repository [source,java]

interface $entity$Repository extends JpaRepository<$entity$, java.lang.Long> {}

boot-command [source,java]

@org.springframework.stereotype.Component class $entity$CommandLineRunner implements org.springframework.boot.CommandLineRunner {

private final $entity$Repository repository;

public $entity$CommandLineRunner($entity$Repository repository) {
    this.repository = repository;

public void run(java.lang.String... strings) throws java.lang.Exception {


boot-add [source,java]

// Top beers from Stream.of("Kentucky Brunch Brand Stout", "Good Morning", "Very Hazy", "King Julius", "Budweiser", "Coors Light", "PBR").forEach(name -> Beer(name)) );

boot-controller [source,java]

@org.springframework.web.bind.annotation.RestController class $entity$Controller {

private $entity$Repository repository;

public $entity$Controller($entity$Repository repository) {
    this.repository = repository;

java.util.Collection<$entity$> list() {
    return repository.findAll();


boot-good [source,java]

@GetMapping("/good-beers") public Collection goodBeers() {

return repository.findAll().stream()


private boolean isGreat(Beer beer) {
    return !beer.getName().equals("Budweiser") &&
        !beer.getName().equals("Coors Light") &&

okta-maven-boot [source,xml]

com.okta.spring okta-spring-boot-starter $version$ ----

spring-oauth2-yaml [source,yaml]

spring: security: oauth2: client: registration: okta: client-id: $clientId$ client-secret: $clientSecret$ provider: okta: authorization-uri: https://$yourOktaDomain$/oauth2/v1/authorize token-uri: https://$yourOktaDomain$/oauth2/v1/token user-info-uri: https://$yourOktaDomain$/oauth2/v1/userinfo jwk-set-uri: https://$yourOktaDomain$/oauth2/v1/keys

okta-oauth2 [source,yaml]

okta.oauth2.issuer=https://$youtOktaDomain$/oauth2/default okta.oauth2.clientId=$clientId$

cors-filter [source,java]

@org.springframework.context.annotation.Bean public org.springframework.boot.web.servlet.FilterRegistrationBean simpleCorsFilter() { org.springframework.web.cors.UrlBasedCorsConfigurationSource source = new org.springframework.web.cors.UrlBasedCorsConfigurationSource(); org.springframework.web.cors.CorsConfiguration config = new org.springframework.web.cors.CorsConfiguration(); config.setAllowCredentials(true); config.setAllowedOrigins(java.util.Collections.singletonList("http://localhost:4200")); config.setAllowedMethods(java.util.Collections.singletonList("")); config.setAllowedHeaders(java.util.Collections.singletonList("")); source.registerCorsConfiguration("/**", config); org.springframework.boot.web.servlet.FilterRegistrationBean bean = new org.springframework.boot.web.servlet.FilterRegistrationBean(new org.springframework.web.filter.CorsFilter(source)); bean.setOrder(org.springframework.core.Ordered.HIGHEST_PRECEDENCE); return bean; }

== Angular

ng-giphy-service [source,typescript]

import { Injectable } from '@angular/core'; import { HttpClient } from '@angular/common/http'; import 'rxjs/add/operator/map';

@Injectable() // export class GiphyService {

// Public beta key: giphyApi = '//';

constructor(public http: HttpClient) { }

get(searchTerm) { const apiLink = this.giphyApi + searchTerm; return this.http.get(apiLink).map((response: any) => { if ( > 0) { return[0].images.original.url; } else { return ''; // dancing cat for 404 } }); } }

ng-giphy-foreach [source,typescript]

for (const $item$ of this.$item$s) { this.giphyService.get($item$.name).subscribe(url => $item$.giphyUrl = url); }

ng-okta-service [source,typescript]

import { Injectable } from '@angular/core'; import * as OktaSignIn from '@okta/okta-signin-widget/dist/js/okta-sign-in.min.js' import { ReplaySubject } from 'rxjs/ReplaySubject'; import { Observable } from 'rxjs/Observable';

@Injectable() export class OktaAuthService {

signIn = new OktaSignIn({ baseUrl: 'https://$yourOktaDomain$', clientId: '$clientId$', authParams: { issuer: 'https://$yourOktaDomain$', responseType: ['id_token', 'token'], scopes: ['openid', 'email', 'profile'] } });

public user$: Observable; public userSource: ReplaySubject;

constructor() { this.userSource = new ReplaySubject(1); this.user$ = this.userSource.asObservable(); }

isAuthenticated() { // Checks if there is a current accessToken in the TokenManger. return !!this.signIn.tokenManager.get('accessToken'); }

login() { // Launches the widget and stores the tokens. this.signIn.renderEl({el: '#okta-signin-container'}, response => { if (response.status === 'SUCCESS') { response.forEach(token => { if (token.idToken) { this.signIn.tokenManager.add('idToken', token); } if (token.accessToken) { this.signIn.tokenManager.add('accessToken', token); }; this.signIn.hide(); }); } else { console.error(response); } }); }

get idTokenAsUser() { const token = this.signIn.tokenManager.get('idToken'); return { name:, email:, username: } }

async logout() { // Terminates the session with Okta and removes current tokens. this.signIn.tokenManager.clear(); await this.signIn.signOut(); this.signIn.remove();; } }

ng-okta-headers [source,ts]

const headers: Headers = new Headers(); if (this.oktaService.isAuthenticated()) { const accessToken = this.oktaService.signIn.tokenManager.get('accessToken'); headers.append('Authorization', accessToken.tokenType + ' ' + accessToken.accessToken); } const options = new RequestOptions({ headers: headers });

ng-okta-oninit [source,ts]


constructor(public oktaService: OktaAuthService, private changeDetectorRef: ChangeDetectorRef) { }

ngOnInit() { // 1. for initial load and browser refresh if (this.oktaService.isAuthenticated()) { this.user = this.oktaService.idTokenAsUser; } else { this.oktaService.login(); }

// 2. register a listener for authentication and logout
this.oktaService.user$.subscribe(user => {
  this.user = user;
  if (!user) {
  // Let Angular know that model changed.
  // See for more info.


ng-okta-login [source,html]

Welcome {{user?.name}}!

<button mat-raised-button (click)="oktaService.logout()">Logout


ng-okta-css [source,css]

@import '~'; @import '~';

== Cloud Foundry

cf-manifest [source,yaml]


  • name: beer-server host: beer-server path: ./server/target/demo-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar env : FORCE_HTTPS: true

  • name: beer-client host: beer-client path: ./client/dist/ env : FORCE_HTTPS: true

cf-build [source,yaml]


set origin for client on server

sed -i -e "s|http://localhost:4200||g" $start/server/src/main/java/com/okta/developer/demo/

mvn clean package -f $start/server/pom.xml

cd $start/client rm -rf dist


sed -i -e "s|http://localhost:8080||g" $start/client/src/app/shared/beer/beer.service.ts

set redirectURI to client URI

sed -i -e "s|http://localhost:4200||g" $start/client/src/app/shared/okta/okta.service.ts yarn && ng build -prod --aot touch dist/Staticfile

enable pushstate so no 404s on refresh

echo 'pushstate: enabled' > dist/Staticfile

cd $start cf push

reset and remove changed files

git checkout $start rm -rf $start/server/src/main/java/com/okta/developer/demo/ rm -rf $start/client/src/app/shared/beer/beer.service.ts-e rm -rf $start/client/src/app/shared/okta/okta.service.ts-e

cf-react [source,bash]


Warning: this script has only been tested on macOS Sierra. There's a good chance

it won't work on other operating systems. If you get it working on another OS,

please send a pull request with any changes required. Thanks!

set -e

CloudFoundry CLI utilities


function login(){ cf api | grep ${CLOUD_TARGET} || cf api ${CLOUD_TARGET} --skip-ssl-validation cf apps | grep OK || cf login }

function app_domain(){ D=cf apps | grep $1 | tr -s ' ' | cut -d' ' -f 6 | cut -d, -f1 echo $D }

function deploy_service(){ N=$1 D=app_domain $N JSON='{"uri":"http://'$D'"}' cf create-user-provided-service $N -p $JSON }


cd dirname $0 r=pwd echo $r


cf d -f react-client cf d -f good-beer-server

cf a

Deploy the server

cd $r/server mvn clean package cf push -p target/*jar good-beer-server --no-start --random-route cf set-env good-beer-server FORCE_HTTPS true

Get the URL for the server

serverUri=https://app_domain good-beer-server

Deploy the client

cd $r/client rm -rf build

replace the server URL in the client

sed -i -e "s|http://localhost:8080|$serverUri|g" $r/client/src/BeerList.tsx yarn && yarn build cd build touch Staticfile echo 'pushstate: enabled' > Staticfile cf push react-client --no-start --random-route cf set-env react-client FORCE_HTTPS true cf start react-client

Get the URL for the client

clientUri=https://app_domain react-client

replace the client URL in the server

sed -i -e "s|http://localhost:3000|$clientUri|g" $r/server/src/main/java/com/example/demo/

redeploy the server

cd $r/server mvn package -DskipTests cf push -p target/*jar good-beer-server

cleanup changed files

git checkout $r/client git checkout $r/server rm $r/client/src/BeerList.tsx-e rm $r/server/src/main/java/com/example/demo/

show apps and URLs

cf apps

== Heroku

heroku-react [source,bash]


Warning: this script has only been tested on macOS Sierra. There's a good chance

it won't work on other operating systems. If you get it working on another OS,

please send a pull request with any changes required. Thanks!

set -e

cd dirname $0 r=pwd echo $r

if [ -z "$(which heroku)" ]; then echo "You must install the Heroku CLI first!" echo "" exit 1 fi

if ! echo "$(heroku plugins)" | grep -q heroku-cli-deploy; then heroku plugins:install heroku-cli-deploy fi

if ! echo "$(git remote -v)" | grep -q good-beer-server-; then server_app=good-beer-server-$RANDOM heroku create -r server $server_app else server_app=$(heroku apps:info -r server --json | python -c 'import json,sys;print json.load(sys.stdin)["app"]["name"]') fi serverUri="https://$"

if ! echo "$(git remote -v)" | grep -q react-client-; then client_app=react-client-$RANDOM heroku create -r client $client_app else client_app=$(heroku apps:info -r client --json | python -c 'import json,sys;print json.load(sys.stdin)["app"]["name"]') fi clientUri="https://$"

replace the client URL in the server

sed -i -e "s|http://localhost:3000|$clientUri|g" $r/server/src/main/java/com/example/demo/

Deploy the server

cd $r/server mvn clean package -DskipTests

heroku deploy:jar target/*jar -r server -o "--server.port=$PORT" heroku config:set -r server FORCE_HTTPS="true"

Deploy the client

cd $r/client rm -rf build

replace the server URL in the client

sed -i -e "s|http://localhost:8080|$serverUri|g" $r/client/src/BeerList.tsx yarn && yarn build cd build

cat << EOF > static.json { "https_only": true, "root": ".", "routes": { "/**": "index.html" } } EOF

rm -f ../dist.tgz tar -zcvf ../dist.tgz .

TODO replace this with the heroku-cli-static command heroku static:deploy

source=$(curl -n -X POST$client_app/sources -H 'Accept: application/vnd.heroku+json; version=3') get_url=$(echo "$source" | python -c 'import json,sys;print json.load(sys.stdin)["source_blob"]["get_url"]') put_url=$(echo "$source" | python -c 'import json,sys;print json.load(sys.stdin)["source_blob"]["put_url"]') curl "$put_url" -X PUT -H 'Content-Type:' --data-binary @../dist.tgz cat << EOF > build.json { "buildpacks": [{ "url": "" }], "source_blob": { "url" : "$get_url" } } EOF build_out=$(curl -n -s -X POST$client_app/builds
-d "$(cat build.json)"
-H 'Accept: application/vnd.heroku+json; version=3'
-H "Content-Type: application/json") output_stream_url=$(echo "$build_out" | python -c 'import json,sys;print json.load(sys.stdin)["output_stream_url"]') curl -s -L "$output_stream_url"

rm build.json rm ../dist.tgz

cleanup changed files

git checkout $r/client git checkout $r/server rm $r/client/src/BeerList.tsx-e rm $r/server/src/main/java/com/example/demo/

show apps and URLs

heroku open -r client

== JHipster

jh-findBy [source,java]

findByBlogUserLoginOrderByDateDesc(, pageable);

jh-get [source,ts]

if (blog.isPresent() && blog.get().getUser() != null && !blog.get().getUser().getLogin().equals(""))) { return new org.springframework.http.ResponseEntity<>("Unauthorized", org.springframework.http.HttpStatus.UNAUTHORIZED); }

jh-entries [source,html]

= links['last']" [infiniteScrollDistance]="0">


Posted on {{ | date: 'short'}} by {{}}
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== React

okta-react-config [source,ts]

const config = { issuer: 'https://$yourOktaDomain$/oauth2/default', redirectUri: window.location.origin + '/implicit/callback', clientId: '$clientId$' };

export interface Auth { login(): {}; logout(): {}; isAuthenticated(): boolean; getAccessToken(): string; }

okta-react-render [source,ts]

render() { return ( ); }

okta-react-home [source,ts]

import * as React from 'react'; import './App.css'; import BeerList from './BeerList'; import { withAuth } from '@okta/okta-react'; import { Auth } from './App';

const logo = require('./logo.svg');

interface HomeProps { auth: Auth; }

interface HomeState { authenticated: boolean; }

export default withAuth(class Home extends React.Component<HomeProps, HomeState> { constructor(props: HomeProps) { super(props); this.state = {authenticated: false}; this.checkAuthentication = this.checkAuthentication.bind(this); this.checkAuthentication(); }

async checkAuthentication() { const isAuthenticated = await this.props.auth.isAuthenticated(); const {authenticated} = this.state; if (isAuthenticated !== authenticated) { this.setState({authenticated: isAuthenticated}); } }

componentDidUpdate() { this.checkAuthentication(); }

render() { const {authenticated} = this.state; let body = null; if (authenticated) { body = (

); } else { body = (
); }
return (
  <div className="App">
    <div className="App-header">
      <img src={logo} className="App-logo" alt="logo"/>
      <h2>Welcome to React</h2>

} });

okta-react-token [source,ts]

async componentDidMount() { this.setState({isLoading: true});

const response = await fetch('http://localhost:8080/good-beers', { headers: { Authorization: 'Bearer ' + await this.props.auth.getAccessToken() } }); const data = await response.json(); this.setState({beers: data, isLoading: false}); }

== Contributing

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