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As a developer, you certainly get exceptions from users or QA engineers. And unlike the exceptions that you get in the debug mode, they donâ€™t have those nice links that help you to navigate to source. Continue reading
JetBrains has announced the list of new features in IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 some time ago, but people often ask us where to find or how to use a certain feature. Probably, in this case Reviewer’s Guide can help. Don’t be … Continue reading
While you develop and maintain your product, the framework and API on which your product is based on is also being developed and upgraded. This is why the other day you come to a point when you need to switch to a new API. Continue reading
JetBrains is pleased to announce the wide public beta release of IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 and TeamCity 1.0. We’d like to encourage you to download both beta versions, try them out, and let us know what you think. TeamCity download and … Continue reading
The live demo showing the enhanced GUI Designer (one of the announced features of the IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 release) is published at Javalobby. The presentation is made by Dmitry Jemerov, JetBrains developer who actually made all the new GUI designer … Continue reading
The full list of features for IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 release is now available. Learn more about improved Java EE development, enhanced Swing GUI designer, team work facilitation, and other new features and improvemnts at www.jetbrains.com/idea/features/newfeatures.html. The overview of the new … Continue reading
Note Contributed by: Esko Luontola Probably, you already know about IntelliJ IDEA TODO window that finds your â€œTODOâ€ comments and helps you quickly navigate to them. But did you know that you can work not only with TODO comments, … Continue reading
TestNG-J is a plugin that provides integration with TestNG framework in a very similar way to the native IntelliJ IDEA integration with JUnit Continue reading