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New ActionScript/Flex Refactoring: Push Members Down

In addition to other refactorings, Maia also has this useful refactoring: push members down the classes hierarchy. Again, let’s try it on a simple example.

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New ActionScript/Flex Refactoring: Pull Members Up

Today we’re continuing our series of posts about new ActionScript/Flex refactorings that you can find in the latest Maia EAP, with presentation of this new aid: pull class members up the classes hierarchy. Let’s have look at this simple example.

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New ActionScript/Flex Refactoring: Move Static Members

Next Maia’s EAP will bring you new refactoring that helps to be more productive when coding ActionScript or Flex. Now you can easily move static methods, properties, fields and constants between AS classes and Mxml components: just place caret on … Continue reading

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TFS Checkin Notes and Policies Support

IntelliJ IDEA Team Foundation Server integration now supports checkin notes and policies. Checkin notes are the arbitrary text fields that you can associate with a checkin. You can mark them as mandatory, so that everyone will be required to type … Continue reading

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FlexUnit 4 Support in Maia

Maia includes support for running FlexUnit 4 tests. All you need is to a add dependency to FlexUnit4.swc library and your FlexUnit4-style tests will be recognized and run. FlexUnit4 runner supports legacy tests (FlexUnit 0.9 and Flunit), so you don’t … Continue reading

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FlexUnit Support in Maia

Maia is capable of running FlexUnit tests — you can run a single test method, all methods in a certain class, or all classes in a given package and its subpackages. For that, you’re provided with a new FlexUnit Run … Continue reading

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