The JetBrains Blog
Webinar: 10 Pro Git Tips in PyCharm
Have you ever worked on a Git repo in PyCharm and wondered, "Am I doing it right?" JetBrains Developer Advocate Marco Behler has a few pointers for what Git workflows you can use and how to manage everything from PyCharm.
PhpStorm 2022.2.1 Release Candidate
PhpStorm 2022.2.1 Release Candidate is now available, and it’s the final build before the stable release. Other notable changes and bug fixes in this build include: The full list of changes in PhpStorm 2022.2.1 is available in the release notes. To learn more about the changes in the previous preview build, see this blog post. You can download this preview here: PhpStorm-222.3739.45.exe PhpStorm-222.3739.45.dmg PhpStorm-222.3739.45-aarch64.dmg PhpStorm-222.3739.45.tar.gz PhpStorm-222.3739.45.win.zip That’s all for today
Ktor 2.1.0 Released and it comes with goodies!
We’ve just released Ktor 2.1.0, and in addition to the new features and bug fixes, we have a few new things we’d love for you to try out. In particular, we are releasing betas of three new tools: Command Line toolYeoman GeneratorGradle Deployment PluginYAML Configuration support Let’s take a look at each of these individually. Native Command Line Tool Ktor provides two ways to simplify creating new application templates - IntelliJ IDEA or start.ktor.io. We’ve now extended this by providing a command line tool built in Kotlin/Native. However, beyond just generat
The Second Release Candidate for PyCharm 2022.2.1 Is Available!
This is a new update for the upcoming minor bug-fix release for 2022.2. Last week, in the first release candidate for 2022.2.1, we delivered some critical fixes to use the new functionality of PyCharm 2022.2 without having issues with remote interpreters. If you encounter an issue in PyCharm 2022.2, please reach out to our support team. This will help us quickly investigate the major issues that are affecting your daily work and solve them. You can get the new build from our page, via the free Toolbox App, or by using snaps for Ubuntu. This week we’re delivering a second release cand
Virtual Formatter – Fixing Tabs versus Spaces and other Problems
For decades, developers have had heated debates about tabs and spaces in their source code. The topic became so widespread that it made it into an episode of “Silicon Valley”. In this blog post, we will introduce you to ReSharper's Virtual Formatter, that helps you settle this particular infamous argument and even a couple more issues beyond accessibility and “the void’. What was it about again? As a quick refresher and for those who haven’t heard about it yet, here are the pros and cons of spaces versus tabs without any rating: Tabs create smaller file sizesSpaces look the sam
ReSharper and Rider 2022.2.1 Bug Fixes Have Landed
Hello everyone, The ReSharper and Rider 2022.2.1 bug-fix releases are now available! Let’s go over the most important updates. ReSharper Fixed the issue where the ReSharper installer got an “Access denied” error, requiring admin privileges to install or update to version 2022.2 (RSRP-489377).Fixed an installation issue caused by the “strong name key container not being found” exception (RSRP-489446).Fixed an error that led to Settings.StyleCop file rules being automatically replaced by RuleSet files after the update to 2022.2. (RSRP-489454).Fixed an issue causing InspectCode to hang
Monthly News: Kotlin 1.7.20 Beta, KotlinConf Workshops, New Webinar, and more!
Kotlin 1.7.20 Beta, KolinConf workshops, the State of Mobile Jobs survey, and much more news in the Kotlin monthly digest. Check it out!
Do You Speak Math? So Does YouTrack!
Welcome back to school, tech students and faculty members! Did you know that YouTrack lets you work with math formulas with ease? Learn more about YouTrack’s LaTeX support and free licenses for students and schools.
TeamCity 2022.04.3 has been released
We’re continuing to work on TeamCity performance – the new bug-fix update addresses 32 issues, 6 of which focus on improving performance. See our release notes for the full list of fixes in TeamCity 2022.04.3. The most notable of them are: Previously finished successful test batches are now reused when rerunning a build with the Parallel Tests build feature enabled.We fixed the issue with Commit Status Publisher sending excessive status updates for builds in build chains. We recommend upgrading and taking advantage of the latest improvements to your TeamCity server. As with any m
Space Apps Contest: Create Apps and Win Prizes
Join the Space Apps Contest, create applications for Space, and win prizes!
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