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FOMO Digest #2: Top 5 Tips for Angular Development With JetBrains IDEs
A new edition of our FOMO digest with some top tips for using Angular in JetBrains IDEs.
Content reuse – a productivity booster or a vicious circle?
Single-source publishing is a powerful must-have feature that is normally among the top three competitive advantages for any professional help authoring solution – and for good reason. Single-sourcing reusable content lets you: Maintain consistency throughout your documentation in terms of style, terminology, the level of detail, and so on. Avoid making multiple updates when a user interface or a workflow changes.Reduce the review and editing effort.Reduce the localization costs.Automate the routine – reproducing the same pieces of content repeatedly adds mundane work and duplicates yo
.NET Annotated Monthly | August 2022
Did you know? ASP.NET was originally called ASP, which stands for Active Server Pages. It was released in December 1996 and was the pre-.NET version of this popular web framework. Read more about the history of Active Server Pages on Wikipedia. .NET news .NET July 2022 Updates – .NET 6.0.7 and .NET Core 3.1.27.NET Core 3.1 will reach End of Support on December 13, 2022Announcing Entity Framework Core 7 Preview 6: Performance EditionASP.NET Core updates in .NET 7 Preview 6Announcing .NET 7 Preview 6Announcing Rate Limiting for .NET Featured content We’d like to
Not All Databases/Schemas Are Displayed by Default. Why?
There is one thing which makes DataGrip different from many other database tools: DataGrip doesn't show all schemas and databases by default in the database explorer. In this post we'll briefly describe why it's designed like this and what you can do if this doesn’t suit your workflow. The most important thing about DataGrip is that the essence of its work concerns database introspection. Introspection is the process where DataGrip loads the metadata for all the database objects and then uses this metadata for coding assistance and navigation. By default, all schemas shown in the databas
The PyCharm 2022.2.1 Release Candidate Is Now Available!
We’re working closely with your feedback on the PyCharm 2022.2 version that was released last week. Thank you for sharing with us! If you encounter an issue in PyCharm 2022.2, please reach out to our support team. We are actively fixing regressions, and will be delivering a minor bug-fix release soon. You can get the new build from our page, via the free Toolbox App, or by using snaps for Ubuntu. Today, the release candidate for the first minor update is available. Here are the major fixes: We’re working on fixes for the following recent regressions with local and remote interpre
Qodana 2022.2 Is Available: CircleCI Orb and 50+ New Inspections
PhpStorm 2022.2.1 Preview
A preview build for PhpStorm 2022.2.1, the upcoming minor release of PhpStorm, is now available. It brings a fixed for a broken step over in debugger. Read on to see a detailed post-mortem of the issue. (more…)
Some README.md Love: Markdown Support Improvements
Developers and other users of JetBrains IDEs have been using the integrated Markdown support for a long time. It is great for editing your project’s README.md file, as well as any documentation that comes with the source code, or even your static web site sourced in Markdown. You can also use Markdown scratch files to draft up blog posts, store your meeting notes, or a to-do list. (more…)
What’s Next: GoLand Roadmap 2022.3
We’ve just released a new version of GoLand and are ready to share our plans for the next major update. If you haven’t yet checked out what we packed into GoLand 2022.2, here’s a brief overview. The second release brings: New quick-fixes, a bunch of code inspections, and other improvements for generics.A quick-fix for grouping multiple use directives in go.work files.The ability to run fuzz tests and explore failing ones inside the IDE, as well as a quick-fix to immediately change the Go SDK if the current SDK doesn't support fuzzing.Support for new features that came with Go 1.19
Kotlin API for Apache Spark v1.2: UDTs, UDFs, RDDs, Compatibility, and More!
Hi everyone, Jolan here, with my first actual blog post! It's been a couple of months since the last release of the Kotlin API for Apache Spark and we feel like all of the exciting changes since then are worth another announcement. Let me remind you what the Kotlin API for Apache Spark is and why it was created. Apache Spark is a framework for distributed computations, which data engineers usually use to solve different tasks, like in the ETL process. It supports multiple languages straight out of the box, including Java, Scala, Python, and R. We at JetBrains are committed to supporting one
Webinar: How to Build Applications for JetBrains Space
Join us Thursday, August 11, 2022, 3:00 – 4:00 pm UTC for our free live webinar, How to Build Applications for JetBrains Space.