I wouldn't actually call it a Reference in its common meaning. However it can be used as a reference as well. In addition to guiding you through the IDE features (with the help of a sample project), the book also provides you with useful tips, shows workarounds basing on real-world use-cases, etc. It is obviously better to have IntelliJ IDEA installed when reading the book, but even without that, one would get an impression of what this tool really is.
You'll get control even without a book. Moreover, IntelliJ IDEA's distribution contains an Eclipse plugin that allows migrating your Eclipse project into its own project format. The book will help you dig deeper into IDE capabilities, and may show the best way to work with it. Each new chapter, or even section will add to your knowledge.
After getting this much information about idea from you, Now i really excited about the book and idea. How can i get that book in India. Is it available in Indian market?. If not then when should i expect ?
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I'm sorry, Sunil, I didn't answer because I have no idea when it will reach the Indian market. I do know the PDF version is available online, but can't speak about the location or timings of the printed copies.