Live Coding a Plugin from Scratch Webinar. Part 2

Great news for those who are eager to learn more about developing IntelliJ IDEA plugins. In January you have a chance to participate in the second free webinar on developing a plugin from scratch.

The second part will cover the following topics:

  • Test our example plugin using our testing framework
  • Manage dependencies using our project model APIs
  • Show how to write inspections (code analysis), intentions (quick fixes), and saving options in the settings.

Join us Tuesday, January 22, 19:00-20:00 CET (Central European Time). Space is limited, please register now. There will be an opportunity to ask questions during the webinar.

For those who have missed the first part, the recording is available here.

About Dmitry Jemerov
Since joining JetBrains in 2003, Dmitry Jemerov has worn a lot of hats in the company. These days, in his role as the CTO, he’s focusing on the server-side tools strategy of JetBrains. He also leads the development of PyCharm, an IDE for Python and Django. Writing plugin development documentation was Dmitry’s first task when he joined the IntelliJ IDEA team back in 2005, and he’s put a lot of effort into supporting plugin developers and improving the plugin infrastructure since that time.


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6 Responses to Live Coding a Plugin from Scratch Webinar. Part 2

  1. Sven Lange says:

    Hopefully the second part will be available as well soon.

  2. Robert says:

    Hello Sven, thank you for your comment. We are hoping to publish the recording tomorrow or Wednesday. Please stay tuned.

  3. Eugene says:

    Are there any updates on the video?

  4. Robert says:

    Eugene, we are expecting to publish the webinar recording either tomorrow or Monday, February 4th at the latest. Sorry for the delay and any inconvenience.

  5. Eugene says:

    Thanks, Robert!

  6. rdemmer says:

    The recording of our webinar, Live Coding an IntelliJ IDEA Plugin from Scratch Part 2, now available. Watch it here.

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