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With the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 10.5 you can try one of the most requested Spring 3.1 feature — environment profiles for application contexts. 1. Active profile names are shown in the top of text editor. Inactive profiles are grayed. Configuration … Continue reading
If you are developing an application for Spring tc Server, you may be interested in tc Server Support plugin for IntelliJ IDEA.
With IntelliJ IDEA X you can try new Spring Web Services support features. If your project contains Spring Web Services specific beans your application contexts are validated to be properly configured with one of the transport protocols. You can easily … Continue reading
IntelliJ IDEA 10 gives you an easy way of generating bean dependencies for Spring Test Contexts. Simply hit Alt+Insert in your Spring Test to invoke the “Generate…” popup, select the “Bean dependency…” action to run and choose the beans you … Continue reading
Please try IntelliJ IDEA X (EAP) with new Spring testing related support. There is a number of things to note: 1. @ContextConfiguration support with completion, navigation, usages search and error highlighting 2. @TransactionConfiguration 3. All Spring related inspections, quick fixes … Continue reading
IntelliJ Idea X adds Spring Web Services support with smart completion, usages search, error highlighting, quick fixes and code generation. Here are some examples: 1. Code Generation live templates 2. PayloadRootQNameEndpointMapping 3. @Endpoint, @PayloadRoot and @XPathParam annotations – @PayloadRoot annotation parameters … Continue reading
IDEA continues to expand support for J2EE application servers and has recently adopted the integration with OSGI-based Spring dmServer. The features of the new integration include: local and remote run configurations for both 1.0 and 2.0 server families automatic management … Continue reading
Upcoming IntelliJ IDEA version, Maia brings you initial support for Spring Security 3.0, that includes: Code completion Formatting, syntax and error highlighting Advanced usage search
In Maia you can quickly analyze Spring Bean dependencies: just press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+U while editing Spring application context or invoke pop-up menu on a Spring bean. The quick pop-up view displays selected bean with all its dependencies (including external files), to … Continue reading
Maia supports Spring 3.0 Java Configuration via: Usage search and Rename refactoring: Code completion: Syntax and error highlighting: You can also search java-configured beans using Search by symbol action, view beans on Spring dependency diagram and more.