IntelliJ IDEA 9 Released, Includes Free Edition

IntelliJ IDEA 9 is finally out, bringing you lots of goodies across the board!

If you haven’t followed the EAP (Early Access Program) or missed the Beta release, here is a quick summary of the key new features and improvements in this release:

  • Two editions: Community Edition, free and open-source, and Ultimate Edition, encompassing 100% of the famous IntelliJ IDEA functionality
  • Much faster environment, with background indexing on startup
  • Extensive Java EE 6 support
  • Many productivity features in core Java functionality
  • Best-of-breed PHP support, with dedicated debugger, PHPUnit, etc.
  • Visual editor for defining the structure of project deliverables (.war, .ear archives, etc.)
  • AIR support, ActionScript refactorings, and other Flex support improvements
  • And lots more!

Read more about what’s new and download a free 30-day trial today.

Buy or upgrade to IntelliJ IDEA 9 right now.

Oh, and did you happen to buy your IntelliJ IDEA 8 license on or after October 1, 2009? If so, download v9 and upgrade right now β€” for free!

Start enjoying this latest and greatest IntelliJ IDEA every day β€” like we do!

β€” IntelliJ IDEA Team

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8 Responses to IntelliJ IDEA 9 Released, Includes Free Edition

  1. afsina says:

    Already updated my IDEA 7 to 9. i may be the first customer :P

  2. sike says:

    Biggest news of Year 2009 :)

  3. Craig says:

    Congrats! Downloading right now

  4. Alexander says:

    following link “Whats new” -> “…GWT 1.7 and not-yet-released GWT 2.0…”

    not true, GTW 2.0 already released :)

  5. GeekyCoder says:

    Thank for this extraordinary IDE…

  6. GeekyCoder says:

    Now that Intellij 9 is released, now awaiting for JavaFX support. Hopefully, don’t have to wait till next major release.

  7. Viraf Karai says:

    Wonderful news. The more recent versions of 9.0 have been excellent. I hope you folks provide full refactoring support for Groovy as you do for Java. Peter Gromov indicated that it’s not top priority but I hope that JetBrains gets this done in the next few months.

    Heartiest congratulations to Dmitry and the rest of the IDEA team. Great work.

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