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Category Archives: New Features
Good news, everyone! A fresh IntelliJ IDEA 14 update packed with bugfixes and enhancements is on the way. Inside you will find: Faster incremental compilation thanks to preloading of the compiler process; The long-awaited incremental AspectJ compilation; Changes merged from the Android Studio 0.9.3 … Continue reading
If you’ve already tried the latest IntellIJ IDEA 14 EAP build, you might’ve noticed that the Code Style settings offers a new option: Detect and use existing file indents for editing (enabled by default.) This new option lets IntelliJ IDEA … Continue reading
Java annotations are awesome and helpful, but you need to add them by hand. Well, not anymore, because IntelliJ IDEA will do that for you in some quite important cases. Jars in your dependencies are stuffed with methods and sometimes … Continue reading
If you’re using Thymeleaf (the coolest template engine for Java) in your project or just considering giving it a try, you’ll be excited to know that the latest EAP build of the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 14 brings rich coding assistance for … Continue reading
Good news, everyone! Fresh IntelliJ IDEA 14 EAP build is released, bringing more goodies for you to check out. First, the so called Scratch Files, a very handy feature that helps you experiment and prototype. With this feature you can sketch … Continue reading
If you’re already using, or just considering the use of GWT in your projects, you’re going to be glad to know that IntellIJ IDEA 14 will feature significant improvements in this area, aimed to streamline development workflow. First of all, … Continue reading
If you haven’t yet developed an addiction to the new features in IntellIJ IDEA 14 EAP, there’s still a chance you will—with more goodies brought by the fresh EAP build we just released today. The first thing you’ll notice when … Continue reading
Great news for all participants of IntelliJ IDEA 14 EAP: a new EAP build is already here and, as always, packed with lots of bugfixes and enhancements. One notable change of this build is the redesigned Project Structure dialog. It’s got a … Continue reading
If you ever tried IntelliJ IDEA debugger (which I’m sure you did), you know how important it is to be able to evaluate an expression quickly, without using the Watches or Variables tab. That’s why the Evaluate Expression (Alt + F8) is … Continue reading