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Category Archives: New Features
Every week since the very opening of IntelliJ IDEA 15 EAP we’ve been teasing you with sneak peeks of the new features. Huge thanks to everyone who contributed either by sharing their feedback or sending us bug reports. Now most … Continue reading
If you follow the latest news about Kotlin, you may have heard that it hit M13. This is quite an important milestone, because it changes the language syntax and addresses a number of critical issues. If you’re using IntelliJ IDEA, be … Continue reading
To make the upcoming major release feature-rich, we keep adding new features almost every week. Force Early Return in Java Debugger The Java debugger in the new EAP build got a new action called Force Early Return. Now you can force … Continue reading
A fresh IntelliJ IDEA 15 EAP build is ready and out. Among the bugfixes and enhancements it ships with, you’ll find a small, but useful new feature. Now you can change the scope of your Exclude from Import and Completion preferences from IDE … Continue reading
In the new IntelliJ IDEA 15 EAP build released yesterday Perforce users may notice a new action in the Local Changes tab in the Version Control tool window: Now you can shelve your changes not only locally but also in Perforce, which … Continue reading
Earlier we mentioned that we’re working to make our IDE more friendly for people with color blindness. In the latest IntelliJ IDEA 15 EAP build, we’ve changed the appearance settings, so now when enabling the Adjust for color deficiency option you have … Continue reading
From what we usually hear, the fans of Vim, Emacs, Sublime and other nice editors often explain their choice by performance concerns. IntelliJ IDEA for example may feel laggy (comparing to a text editor) when you type, and the usual … Continue reading
Those who use Groovy in their projects will be glad to know that the new IntelliJ IDEA 15 EAP build comes with the long-awaited support for the @Builder annotation, introduced in Groovy 2.3: The support includes code completion and quick … Continue reading
It’s been a while since we added the Analyze → Locate Duplicates feature. If you’ve had a chance to use it, you know how helpful it is: by eliminating duplicates in your code, you make it more concise and stable. If you’ve never … Continue reading
Today we have released a fresh IntelliJ IDEA 15 EAP build, as always with lots of enhancements and new features, one of which is the brand new indicator for the running configurations, that I am going to describe in more detail. … Continue reading