Author Archives: Yann Cébron
A new IntelliJ IDEA 16 EAP build is now available for download. Take a look at the release notes to see which bugfixes are included. Spring Boot Those who work with Spring Boot projects should give this build a try because we’ve added a number of improvements in … Continue reading
In the IntelliJ IDEA 14.1 EAP announcement we’ve already teased you with the expected support for Spring Boot into the IDE. Today the time has come to share more details on what it is and what you already can try … Continue reading
IntelliJ IDEA 14 comes with a number of nice little additions and improvements for plugin authors.
In the past couple of months we’ve been talking a lot about what new features users can find in IntelliJ IDEA 13. Today we’d like to take a break from that and speak a little bit about what it brings … Continue reading
Since IntelliJ IDEA 12.1 is already available for the early preview, we can tell you now about the new features. If you ever referenced existing beans across multiple Spring configurations, you will find the new quick-fixes very useful. Now you … Continue reading
The latest release of IntelliJ IDEA brings many exciting features for Spring MVC support. In this post we would like to highlight some of them, which add even more intelligence for @RequestMapping and @PathVariable usages in your project. Enhanced code … Continue reading
Great news for developers who use Spring in their projects. Upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 12 will add long time requested support for Spring Batch. You can easily add support for Spring Batch using the integrated frameworks and libraries wizard. Code assistance … Continue reading
Support for Enterprise Integration Patterns via Spring Integration is getting better in the upcoming release of IntelliJ IDEA 12 Leda. Here’s some of the most important new features.
One of the features added in the last IntelliJ IDEA 12 EAP is Spring Web Flow support. This post is a quick overview of the enhancements. Watch Spring Web Flow Support in Action
Support for widely used Spring Security has been enhanced in upcoming release of IntelliJ IDEA 12 Leda. I would like to highlight some of these changes here.