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Category Archives: Plugin Development
Yesterday we published the recording of the webinar Writing Plugins for IntelliJ IDEA, where John Lindquist discussed the plugin development process with Mihai Toader. We received a lot of feedback from the community. Getting started with plugin development is perceived … Continue reading
As you remember last week we organized a webinar Writing Plugins for IntelliJ IDEA with John Lindquist and Mihai Toader. This was the first of an ongoing series where we reach out to our community of expert plugin developers and … Continue reading
Great news for all IntelliJ IDEA plugin developers! Join John Lindquist and author of the Go Lang plugin, Mihai Toader in the first of an ongoing series where we reach out to our community of expert plugin developers and ask … Continue reading
We’re happy to announce the winners of the fourth JetBrains IDEAl Plugin Contest, in which the users could submit all plugins released between January 1st, 2009 and March 31, 2010. Once again, we’ve received a lot of great submissions, and … Continue reading
If you’re an IntelliJ IDEA plugin developer, you’re surely going to enjoy IntelliJ IDEA PSI Viewer (Tools -> View PSI Structure), which displays internal structure of various files, as they’re interpreted by IntelliJ IDEA. If you’re implementing a new language … Continue reading
We’re glad to inform you that the third annual IntelliJ IDEAL Plugin Contest has kicked off! This year we are raising the bar and giving away over USD66,000 in cash and software to the contest winners!The official contest start date … Continue reading
It is sometimes the case, you can create plugins you want to preserve for internal use only. With IntelliJ IDEA you can maintain your own enterprise repository to share your plugins with team members solely. To create a repository, we … Continue reading
Yesterday the results of JetBrains’ annual contest for the best plug-in to IntelliJ IDEA were announced. 7 plug-ins were selected by the jury composed of IntelliJ IDEA development team members. Their respective authors will take away great cash and software … Continue reading
We’re very glad to announce that our colleagues at Atlassian are running their second annual plugin competition. This year, they’re giving away $20,000 in cash and a bunch of software licenses, including ones from JetBrains. The person or team (up … Continue reading
Today, on September 1st we’re proud to announce the launch of the first ever IntelliJ IDEA Plugin Contest. Anyone who ever wrote an IntelliJ IDEA plugin, or is just planning to start, can win cash and software prizes valued at … Continue reading