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Today we’re continuing our series of posts about new ActionScript/Flex refactorings that you can find in the latest Maia EAP, with presentation of this new aid: pull class members up the classes hierarchy. Let’s have look at this simple example.
It finally happened! IntelliJ IDEA 9 is now publicly available in its official Beta state. In this release you will find almost everything we have prepared for IntelliJ IDEA 9: Faster environment with background-enabled indexes Improved code understanding, including dead … Continue reading
Working on more than one task at once, you may run in some problems with your changes. Say, you have changed some files in a changelist, then switched to another changelist and made a massive refactoring. Oops! Some files in … Continue reading
Next Maia’s EAP will bring you new refactoring that helps to be more productive when coding ActionScript or Flex. Now you can easily move static methods, properties, fields and constants between AS classes and Mxml components: just place caret on … Continue reading
Most of applications initially are single threaded, and IntelliJ IDEA was no different; though luckily, now it isn’t — but we had to adapt our code to use multiple threads. In this post I’m going to tell you how. In … Continue reading
Next Maia EAP build includes new action that lets you quickly update a running JavaEE application after you changed its code. To invoke it, either press Ctrl+F10, or click this button on the Run tool window bar: IntelliJ IDEA will … Continue reading
In Maia, you can easily generate Flex Constructor, Getter, Setter, Event Handler, and toString() methods, and some other stuff by just pressing Alt+Insert when cursor is in *.mxml or *.as file. Let’s have a look at some examples.
You are welcome to try new JSF 2.0 support features in upcoming Maia EAP: 1. Improved template support: 2. ActionSources and ValueHolders: 3. Targets attribute of composite components: 4. Extended support for EL in composite components implementation; and more.
I believe you’ll like this announcement — IntelliJ IDEA has just gone open-source! Check out the press release as well as the new jetbrains.org community site for the details. We all will soon get a lot of new friends and … Continue reading
Maia supports Servlet 3.0 specification (JSR 315). You can now create a Web application without a web.xml descriptor: Now, configure your servlets and filters with @WebServlet and @WebFilter annotations: Everything is recognized by IntelliJ IDEA, as well as Web fragment … Continue reading