The GoLand 2021.2 Release Candidate Is Out!
If no issues are found in GoLand 2021.2 RC, it will be turned into the release build. You can get this RC build via our Toolbox App, from the website, as a snap package (for Linux), or directly from GoLand – just select Automatically check updates for Early Access Program in Preferences / Settings | Appearance & Behavior | System Settings | Updates. Please note that to use GoLand 2021.2
Webinar: What’s New in GoLand 2021.2
GoLand 2021.2 will soon be released, and as tradition has it we have organized for you a webinar to discuss upcoming changes and take a look at them together in action. What have we included in this release? New features for Go modules, a new option for formatting, support for Go 1.17 features, new quick-fixes, and the ability to sign commits with GPG keys. GoLand is more than just an ID
GoLand 2021.2 EAP Build #6 Is Out With a New Setting Menu for Actions on Save and a Cleaned-up Welcome Screen
You can get this EAP build via the Toolbox App, download it from our website, use a snap package (for Ubuntu), or get it right in GoLand by selecting Automatically check updates for Early Access Program in Preferences / Settings | Appearance & Behavior | System Settings | Updates. Download GoLand 2021.2 EAP #6 Starting from GoLand 2021.2 EAP Build #5, you can join the program only if you
Webinar Recording of Our Fireside Chat with the Delve Team
Last week we held a webinar with the Delve team, which works on the open-source Go debugger that was created in 2014 by Derek Parker and now powers most Go IDEs and editors. We had a cosy one-hour chat with Derek Parker and Alessandro Arzilli (a long-time contributor and influential figure for the debugger’s development), about the idea behind Delve, how new features from the language affect de
GoLand 2021.1.3 Is Here
We’re always happy to make a good release slightly better, which is why GoLand 2021.1.3 is ready to land on your machine with a few bug-fixes under the hood! You can update to 2021.1.3 by: Downloading it from the websiteUpdating via the Toolbox AppApplying a patch on top of 2021.1.2 or 2020.3.5 (go to Help | Check for Updates)Using a snap package (for Ubuntu) The highlights of this update
Webinar: Fireside Chat with the Delve team
Debugging is an essential tool for locating bugs, identifying problematic code, and isolating the source of problems step-by-step. Go has an open-source debugger called Delve built especially for the language. Delve is already a 7-year old mature project, used for most popular IDEs and code editors under the hood, and GoLand is no exception. Behind any project are people who have a passion to m
Welcome to The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the GoLand
Today we’d like to present you with the GoLand Guide, where we are collecting together a series of short tips and tricks on how to use the IDE even more productively. Each tip has a short video, description, and instructions on how to use it. We invite you to contribute and share your most loved tips with us and the community, as the GoLand Guide is an open-source project. It’s placed on Git
Video Recording and Q&A of What’s New in GoLand 2021.1 Webinar
A few weeks ago we released a new major version of GoLand – GoLand 2021.1. This version comes with the ability to build and run your program remotely via Docker, SSH, and WSL 2, use newly supported features from Go 1.16 ( for example //go:embed), quickly generate code from JSON, and handle errors with ease using the new quick-fixes. In addition to all of that, the release brings new options for wo
What’s Next: GoLand 2021.2 Roadmap
A few weeks ago we released GoLand 2021.1. With this update, you can build and run your program remotely via Docker, SSH, and WSL 2, use newly supported features from Go 1.16, including //go:embed, quickly generate code from JSON, handle errors with ease using new quick-fixes, and much more. If you haven’t had a chance to track the new features in v2021.1, please visit the What’s New page for det
GoLand 2021.1.1 is out!
Time to update! GoLand 2021.1.1 is out with a bunch of bug fixes under the hood. You can update to 2021.1.1 by: Downloading it from the website. Updating via the Toolbox App. Applying a patch on top of 2021.1 or 2020.3.4 (go to Help | Check for Updates). Using a snap package (for Ubuntu). Here are main highlights of this version: — GO-10841 — We’ve fixed a problem with Run targets,
Meet GoLand 2021.1!
We are happy to announce the first major release of the year! GoLand 2021.1 allows you to build and run your program remotely via Docker, SSH, and WSL 2, use newly supported features from Go 1.16, including //go:embed, as well as quickly generate code from JSON, handle errors with ease using new quick-fixes, and much more! GoLand is more than just a Go IDE – on top of features for working with
New day, new features, new nightly build of GoLand IDE
Did you know that you can use nightly builds during the Early Access Program (EAP) to try the newest features without waiting for the official announcement? If you are a newcomer, please visit this page to learn more about the EAP and nightly builds in detail. These builds are only available via the Toolbox App and are released every day. They often do not meet the quality standards for official