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Monthly Archives: March 2007
IntelliJ IDEA 6.0.5 maintenance release is now available for download. The key mark of this release is the improved evaluation model. You no longer have to apply for the free 30-day evaluation key. Just download the installation package, setup and … Continue reading
The long-awaited TeamCity 2.0 beta is finally available! We have prepared a short overview of new TeamCity features concerning both user interface enhancements and server and projects setup possibilities. We also urge you to have a look at multiple improvements … Continue reading
“IDEA simply worked without getting in my way with arbitrary limitations. Where it shines is in the editor, the configurability and the speed at which everything operates: in a “shopping list” of features it might lose to the others, but it wins because the implementation and the design feel more consistent to me.” Continue reading
It’s time again for the Jolt Productivity Awards, and once again, JetBrains’ tools have brought home the trophies! Our flagship tool, the productivity-focused IDE for Java Developers, IntelliJ IDEA received awards for being a productive Development Environment and Web Development … Continue reading
We’re glad to announce that Sixth and Red River Software have just released the GuiceyIDEA plugin for IntelliJ IDEA. This plugin adds support for Guice, the freshly released Google’s lightweight dependency injection framework for Java 5. It’s really amazing that … Continue reading
Here’s a handy feature for those times when you want to clean up your code a little. When you want to condense two or more lines into one, you would normally use Home or End and then Delete or Backspace. … Continue reading
This post is short story made up of a little bit about everything. Miscellaneous facts, tips and news. If you’re still wondering what Java IDE is more reliable, read the article Why IntelliJ IDEA Will Always Win. It compares two … Continue reading
Two interesting polls include IntelliJ IDEA and TeamCity among the tools surveyed for John Ferguson Smart’s upcoming book, Java Power Tools. In the poll for code quality, IntelliJ IDEA currently has the highest rating, likely due to its powerful and … Continue reading
TheServerSide.com is conducting a survey about which Java IDEs are being used and why. The questions appear to be quite well chosen, rather than just a simple check-box vote for your favourite. We’re looking forward to the results! If you … Continue reading