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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
If you haven’t tried IntelliJ IDEA 14 EAP yet, we hope this sneak peek will convince you to, because it keeps getting better and better! One of current EAP highlights is smarter Backspace key behavior: it doesn’t just remove indents … Continue reading
As you remember last week we announced the plans to publish articles from the 30-day guide on getting started with IntelliJ IDEA. The first article was about the user interface. Today we would like to share with you one more … Continue reading
Here I would like to tell you about some of the Groovy language support improvements available in IntelliJ IDEA 11.1. Unused Symbol Highlighting If a class, method or property is unused even if it is in fact public, you may … Continue reading
This is a cross-post from WebStorm & PhpStorm blog, originally posted by Rustam Vishnyakov. This long-awaited feature gives you a possibility to define your own code-folding regions with special line comments.
Recently I realized that javadoc editing may be easily improved by introducing some handy little features. After using them for a couple of days, I can say they are cool, so, it’s time to share them with you. And you can try … Continue reading
Hi everyone! Long time ago IntelliJ IDEA got a face-lift for Find functionality where the old Find dialog was replaced with the editor’s toolbar. Now we’re introducing a similar, more comfortable and less modal Replace. A planned killer is that … Continue reading
Recently we’ve added a new code highlighting feature that should make it easier to work with big and complex HTML files, with deep nested tags structure: Please note that highlighting is only activated when there is more than one tag … Continue reading