Great news! Yesterday the Kotlin team released an update to Kotlin Beta, which brings several language improvements and library changes. Since IntelliJ IDEA 15 comes bundled with the Kotlin plugin, we’re in a hurry to include this update into our new EAP build.
From mobile devices, to middleware, to enterprise applications, Java has played a crucial role in shaping the design of business software for over twenty years. But Java’s audience is both the means of its growth and cause its own captivity. When a programming language is used by nearly half the world’s developers, we seldom stop to ask, “Is there a better way?” There is no question the best years of Java are yet to come, but there is change afoot in the Java ecosystem. Looking toward the next twenty years of Java, we must carefully ask ourselves, where does it lead us?
IntelliJ IDEA supports the @EventListener annotation and provides the corresponding coding assistance that includes code completion for the condition attribute and navigation between publishers and listeners:
Great news from the JetBrains team: today we’re announcing the release of IntelliJ IDEA 15!
As always, the new IntelliJ IDEA release brings a rich set of new features, better user interface, more built-in tools and integrations, and further improved coding assistance that is consistent across the entire range of supported languages and frameworks.
In other great news, Kotlin, the JVM language that JetBrains is crafting, goes Beta. Now is a very good time to try it out for productivity, conciseness and perfect Java interoperability. IntelliJ IDEA 15 bundles the Kotlin plugin and provides support for Kotlin out of the box. To get started with Kotlin, use this handy tutorial.
Both IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate and IntelliJ IDEA Community are now available for download. Also, starting today, IntelliJ IDEA 15 is available as part of JetBrains Toolbox, with new subscription licensing and pricing.
Three weeks ago we announced IntelliJ IDEA Preview and now we are preparing for the release. Hadi Hariri, Developer Advocacy Lead at JetBrains, presented his talk at JavaZone entitled ‘IntelliJ IDEA Tips ans Tricks’ which also includes features from IntelliJ IDEA 15.
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If you are a Grails developer, you’ll be happy to know that IntelliJ IDEA 15 EAP brings the long-awaited support for Grails 3. Now you can enjoy both: the latest features of your favorite web framework, and the coding assistance of your favorite IDE:
Last week we published IntelliJ IDEA 15 Preview to let everyone explore the new features coming in IntelliJ IDEA 15. This week, we continue our EAP program and publish a fresh EAP build. Among bugfixes, the new build brings several improvements of the TFS integration.
Now, when committing your changes, you can access your saved queries, and browse work item trees:
Feel free to give the new build a try right away, and share your feedback with us: either by writing to our EAP discussion forum, or submitting bug reports to the issue tracker.