Java Annotated Monthly – January 2023
Start the year by cultivating a good habit – reading JAM at the beginning of the month! Welcome to the January edition of Java Annotated Monthly, your update on all things Java! We'll cover the latest news, updates, and developments in the Java ecosystem and highlight some of the best technologies for developers. Whether you're an experienced developer looking to stay up-to-date with the latest trends or a beginner just starting, there's something for everyone in this blog. So let's dive in and see what's new in the world of Java and related technologies! Java News Java News Roundup 1, 2
Java Annotated Monthly – December 2022
With the last month of 2022, we bring you the final edition of Java Annotated Monthly – our selection of the top stories from November. We hope you’ll enjoy reading, watching, and listening to them and get inspired for the upcoming year. The most prominent news for our team is the release of IntelliJ IDEA 2022.3! One of the major updates it brings is the completely reworked look and feel of the IDE that you can apply by switching to the new UI in the IDE settings. Other important updates are conveniently grouped in the featured blog post! Apart from this, the community never stopped surp
Java Annotated Monthly – November 2022
Hello! Today we’re bringing you the November edition of our collection of the most prominent news, articles, podcasts, and videos about Java, Kotlin, and other related technologies. The highlight of this issue is the public preview of Fleet by JetBrains. If you are interested in our new distributed polyglot editor and IDE, we heartily encourage you to try it out. Apart from that, this Java Annotated Monthly features some exciting quizzes on Java, articles about upcoming and recent conferences, and a selection of materials devoted to Spring and Kotlin. Without further ado, let’s get
Top Underrated Shortcuts in IntelliJ IDEA
Shortcuts are in IntelliJ IDEA’s DNA: every possible action is at your fingertips – even those you didn’t think you needed. We share helpful shortcuts with you quite frequently, so by now, you may very well be a shortcut expert. But believe it or not – there are a few shortcuts that perhaps not even you are aware of! This post covers some of the underrated keyboard combinations IntelliJ IDEA supports. Check them out and give them a try! If you use any other lesser-known shortcuts, share them in the comments below. Underrated Shortcuts ⌥ “x” or Alt+“x” – Close all inactive tabs I
Java Annotated Monthly – October 2022
Hello! October is here to bring a selection of recent news and tips on Java, Kotlin, and related technologies and frameworks. This month’s top news is the release of Java 19, so the Java News section features a podcast with details and several pieces describing the updates. What do you think about them? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments. Don’t miss our Culture & Community section, which highlights less coding-heavy topics that might grab your attention, like advances in quantum computing and AI, remote teamwork, motivational insights, and more. Let’s get started!
IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3 Is Out!
IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3, our final release of 2021, is now available! Download it from our website or via the Toolbox App. You can also upgrade to this version inside the IDE or via snaps if you use Ubuntu. In this release, we’ve delivered new features and quality enhancements to improve the IntelliJ IDEA user experience. Quality-wise, we’ve paid close attention to the feedback you’ve been giving us on our issue tracker. If you have any concerns about this release, please continue to share them there. This post contains a list of all of the most noteworthy features and crucial improveme
IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3 Release Candidate Is Out!
The IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3 Release Candidate is now available! Download the latest build from our website, via the Toolbox App, upgrade to it from inside the IDE, or use snaps for Ubuntu. Our major release is right around the corner, and our team is adding the final touches to the product. The EAP is almost over and we’d like to thank all of you who have participated and who have shared your valuable feedback on the updates. Your contribution makes a difference! To use this build, you need to have an active subscription to IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate. With the major release approaching,
Kubernetes and Docker Updates in IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3
Though we’ve already described the majority of significant features IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3 will deliver, this blog highlights the best updates for Kubernetes and Docker. You still have time to test them out before the major release goes live. To do so, download the latest build from our website, the free Toolbox App, or snaps for Ubuntu. Here is the feature overview that will provide some details of the introduced changes. Kubernetes Improved formatting for Helm templates You can format your Helm templates and be sure of the correct result. We’ve fixed all the related issues, and
IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3 Beta 2 Is Available
IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3 Beta 2 is out! The latest build is available from our website and the free Toolbox App, or via snaps for Ubuntu. We are now in the process of fine-tuning the build for the upcoming Release Candidate. Meanwhile, you can read about the notable features IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3 offers in our series of blog posts tagged with IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3. If you find any bugs, please report them to our issue tracker. Thank you for testing the recent updates and helping us polish IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3! Happy developing!
Java Annotated Monthly – November 2021
Hello! As usual, early November brings news and tips as well as community-related updates, helpful advice, and noteworthy opinions on the evolving technologies and frameworks around Java. In this edition of Annotated Monthly, we’ll talk about Java 17, possible shorter LTS cycles, and the future of Java. There is also an interesting article about different ways to network in the Java community and educate yourself about JUGs. The posts in the non-Java-related section ask many questions, leaving you to think about simpler language to use for UIs, less pairing in daily tasks, talks abou
IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3 Goes Beta!
The Beta version of IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3 is now available! You can download the Beta build from our website, get it from the free Toolbox App, or update using snaps for Ubuntu. This build comes with all of the changes introduced in our EAP builds, which were covered in this series of blog posts. Here are some of the key updates: Remote DevelopmentBookmarks tool windowAbility to split the Run tool windowSupport for Async Profiler 2.0 on WindowsAbility to compare .jfr snapshotsProxy support for SSH connectionsAbility to merge requests and code reviews from the IDEEnhanced HTTP clientKo
5 Best Features for Profiling Java Code In IntelliJ IDEA
When it comes to apps functioning efficiently, there is always room for improvement. Fast, lag-free, smooth operation – what else can a Java developer dream of? However, when you aim for this level of perfection in your app, you will need a comprehensive toolset to monitor performance and identify problems for further analysis. That’s where profiling tools come in handy. IntelliJ IDEA has tight integration with several of the most popular Java profilers that you can run on your project without leaving the IDE. First things first We advise that you get acquainted with the supported Jav