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We have two exciting pieces of news for you today. First of all, IntelliJ IDEA 13.1 RC is now available for download, so you can try all the new features right away. By the way, this is the last chance … Continue reading
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
A lot of people tend to think these days completion is a regular feature for every IDE. Well, that is not exactly the case. IntelliJ IDEA has already demonstrated that there is no such thing as a regular feature. Take code … Continue reading
Exciting news! The upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 13.1 will bring you integration with Chronon Debugger (via this plugin). You can try it right away with the latest preview build. In case you’re wondering, Chronon is a new revolutionary tool keeping track … Continue reading
In the year 2013 much has changed in the world of web development: new languages, frameworks and libraries, and even test runners and frameworks. JetBrains continues to provide the best tools for all web developers, no matter what language or … Continue reading
Many development teams are using more than one IDE because it’s a very personal matter, and people always seek what best suits their individual needs. And then there’s collaboration, and it sometimes is harder when different sorts of IDEs are … Continue reading
We hope you had enough time during the holidays to play with IntelliJ IDEA 13 and now want to try something new, like Database Tools, which has been so greatly improved in version 13 that you can now ditch your … Continue reading
As you know, one of the features introduced in IntelliJ IDEA 13 is the long-awaited support for Subversion 1.8. Let’s have a closer look at it. Unlike its earlier versions, Subversion 1.8 support uses the native command line client instead … Continue reading
As you already know, the Navigate actions is the fastest way to find anything you need: classes, files, or even symbols. Just start typing the search expression, and IntelliJ IDEA displays the cleverly arranged list of suggestions that you can … Continue reading
The recording of our December 9th webinar is now available on IntelliJ IDEA YouTube Channel. The webinar features Yann Cébron (JetBrains), our special guest Josh Long (Pivotal), Spring 4.0 and IntelliJ IDEA 13. In this session, Yann and Josh highlight … Continue reading