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Software has become an increasingly cooperative process, both for applications themselves and for those who build them. With today’s developer teams spanning classrooms and continents, good interprocess communication is critical, and Floobits can help. Floobits is a real-time collaborative editor, … Continue reading
Join us Wednesday, May 21st, 16:00 – 17:00 GMT (09:00 AM – 10:00 PM PDT) for our free live webinar with Arun Gupta, Developing Web Applications with WildFly 8. WildFly 8 (née JBoss Application Server) is Red Hat’s open source Java EE … Continue reading
No doubt you’ve heard about Java EE 7 Launch this Wednesday, Jun 12th. Do you plan to attend the Java EE 7 launch webinar to learn the latest improvements in the platform? If you do Java EE then it probably … Continue reading
As you remember last week, on November 29 we organized a webinar «Live Coding a Plugin From Scratch» with Dmitry Jemerov, the CTO of JetBrains. In this webinar Dmitry was building an IntelliJ IDEA plugin and discussing the ins and outs … Continue reading
People unfamiliar with IntelliJ IDEA keep always asking me, why it’s better than other products. Today we have decided to make a short overview of some very basic features, that let developers be more productive every day. In this episode … Continue reading
Have you ever thought about using some custom DSLs for your tasks? Great news! With the new MPS 2.5 feature you can use DSLs created in MPS in your projects within IntelliJ IDEA with amazing special code editors and all … Continue reading
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
Today we have exciting news for all Android developers who use IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate or IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition as their IDE of choice — Android UI Designer, one of the most desired features, is finally coming with the release … Continue reading
From this short post you’ll find out (and see) how to: configure your non-XML Spring contexts using @Configuration classes, AnnotationConfigApplicationContext or AnnotationConfigWebApplicationContext set-up “active” profiles for annotation-based configurations If you use AnnotationConfigWebApplicationContext then simply add your configurations or packages-to-scan to … Continue reading
Spring Integration extends Spring to support the well-known Enterprise Integration Patterns via lightweight messaging within Spring-based applications and supports integration with external systems via declarative adapters. Just wanted to let you know that in IntelliJ IDEA 11 we’ve added support … Continue reading