IntelliJ IDEA 14.0.2 RC is Out

This is your last chance to submit feedback that can help to make the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 14.0.2 update even better! Download the freshly-baked RC build, take it for a ride, and tell us what you think.

For the full list of changes, please refer to Release Notes.

As always, you can ask questions in our discussion forum and submit bug reports to our issue tracker.

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IntelliJ IDEA 14.0.2 EAP 139.560 is Out

In case you haven’t noticed, we’ve just published a fresh EAP build for the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 14.0.2 update. Be sure to give it a try, as it comes loaded with important bugfixes and improvements.

Don’t forget to share your feedback with us by writing to our discussion forum or submitting bug reports directly to the issue tracker.

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Featured Plugins: Microsoft Open Technologies

From time to time, we pick interesting IntelliJ IDEA plugins from our repository to tell about them in our blog. Today’s choice is more than just an interesting plugin: MS Open Tech Tools is a plugin for Android developers developed by Microsoft Open Technologies in close collaboration with the Microsoft’s Office 365 and Azure engineering teams.

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This plugin enables developers of Android applications to connect to the Office 365 services and Azure Mobile Services, as well as developers of Java middleware to connect to the Azure compute services. The plugin comes with the Server Explorer functionality in both Android Studio and IntelliJ IDEA, which allows developers to manage Azure Mobile Services through their IDE, without the necessity to go to the Azure management portal.

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As Jean Paoli, President of MS Open Tech, noted in his blog entry, the plugin has been released as an open source preview, to encourage feedback and contributions from the developer community, and will be extended to more Microsoft services in the future.

A more detailed tutorial on how to use the plugin along with its source code can be found on the plugin’s GitHub page.

If you’d like to connect your Android apps to the new Microsoft APIs, you’re welcome to give the plugin a try right away, and later share your feedback with us and the plugin authors. To submit feature requests or just report bugs, use the plugin’s issue tracker.

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IntelliJ IDEA 14.0.2 EAP 139.463 is Out

Good news, everyone! A fresh IntelliJ IDEA 14 update packed with bugfixes and enhancements is on the way. Inside you will find:

To give this fresh update a try right away, get its preview build from the EAP page.

You’re welcome to share your feedback on these and other changes in our discussion forum, and don’t forget to report bugs directly to the issue tracker.

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IntelliJ IDEA 14.0.1 Update is Available

It’s been a fantastic week since we released IntelliJ IDEA 14 and we still continue to get more and more positive feedback from you. To help you enjoy your new IDE even more, we rush to roll out a fresh update that fixes a few important issues.

If you haven’t given IntelliJ IDEA 14 a try yet, you’re welcome to do it right away — by downloading the edition of your choice. You’re also invited to join us November 18th for the live webinar which will walk you through the newest IntelliJ IDEA 14 features and traditional tips and tricks.

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Java Annotated Monthly – November 2014

It continually astonishes me how quickly the Java landscape changes. A year ago, reactive programming was over thirty years old. Five years ago, clouds were a weather pattern. Where will our industry be in the next five years? What obstacles lie ahead? How can the software we build today help us solve the challenges we face tomorrow? Let us know what you think.

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Live Webinar: What’s New in IntelliJ IDEA 14

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If you’ve already tried (or not) the freshly-released IntelliJ IDEA 14, and want a deeper look into what’s new in it, we invite you to join us Tuesday, November 18th, 17:00 – 18:00 GMT for a free live webinar by Breandan Considine.

In this presentation Breandan will give you an overview of the new built-in decompiler, debugger features, scratch files, NotNull/Nullable annotations inference, Thymeleaf support, and Scala support improvements. He will also share some of his pro-tips with you.

Space is limited, so, if you consider joining, do it promptly.

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IntelliJ IDEA 14 is Released!

Awesome things happen, sooner or later. This time, sooner. A month earlier than last year, we’re excited to announce IntelliJ IDEA 14, the major new release of your favorite Java IDE.

I get a thrill every time I reveal what we’ve been working on for the better part of the year. That’s because every major release of IntelliJ IDEA raises the bar, and every new version is more of a challenge than the one before. Every release is an opportunity to prove that the sky is our only limit.

It is my pleasure today to introduce the new features and enhancements we’ve created for you in IntelliJ IDEA 14.

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IntelliJ IDEA 14 RC3 is Available

If you’ve missed a chance to play with the two earlier IntelliJ IDEA 14 RCs, you’re welcome to try the third one! It has all the perks of its predecessors, plus some new enhancements.

As usual, we’re waiting for your feedback at the discussion forum, and in our issue tracker, so please let us know what you think!

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IntelliJ IDEA 14 RC2 is Available

If you haven’t noticed yet, we’ve just published IntelliJ IDEA 14 RC2, one more release candidate packed with fixes and enhancements.

Hurry up to give a glance at this new build, because if you’ll find no problems, it’s very likely to become the final release, in several days. Your feedback is very welcome at the discussion forum, and in our issue tracker.

Update: the new updater works with binary patches only and can’t be applied to an installation patched with the previous one. The original installation of 139.144 will be patched successfully.

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