Toolbox App 1.26 Released!
The summer in the northern hemisphere is over, and we are back with another update to the Toolbox App. A Space Desktop App is now available, localization has graduated from Beta, multiple emails in JetBrains Account are supported, and a number of other, smaller improvements are waiting in store for you. Download now Space Desktop App When we first introduced integration with JetBrains Space earlier this year, we weren’t able to provide a way to install the Space Desktop App yet. Now, all technical issues have been resolved and you can easily install and update the Space Desktop Ap
Toolbox App 1.25 Is Here!
TL;DR: We’ve re-introduced drag and drop reordering for tools, enabled shell script generation by default, improved integration with Linux, and reduced the size of the application. Download now UI polishing You can now reorder your installed tools with drag and drop. We needed to disable this feature after adopting the new Compose UI framework, but now we have restored this functionality. All available tools now offer a context menu that provides instant access to available versions and the About screen. We've also made most of the animations throughout the application s
New Tool Overview Pages, Improved Performance, Refreshed UI, and More in Toolbox App 1.21
We’ve just released a reworked version of the Toolbox App. It features new Tool Overview pages, automatic theme switching on Windows and macOS, improved performance, reduced resource consumption, and more.
Toolbox App 1.17 is Out: Quality Improvements Arrive with a New Build Completely Rewritten in Kotlin
TL;DR Focusing on the quality of the Toolbox App, we have completely rewritten it in Kotlin. We’ve introduced a new Settings page, updated system requirements, and fixed dozens of bugs. In this update, we’ve focused on bug fixes and on the overall quality of the Toolbox App. The story The Toolbox App began as a Hackathon project, though it had a different name. The state of the technology was very different at the time, however. Java was still in version 8, and Kotlin had not been released yet. We decided to try something new, so we implemented the core of the application in C++, and f
Toolbox App 1.5: Staying up-to-date has never been easier
Please welcome Toolbox App 1.5—the biggest update since the initial release one year ago. In this build, you'll find an auto-update option, improvements for the projects list, and a refreshed user interface. Auto update Now in every installed tool’s settings there is an option to enable automatic downloading and installing of newer versions. There is also a similar option available for Toolbox App itself in the main settings. Enable it to always use the latest available goodies and not have to wait an extra second. To ensure this feature works properly, we’ve improved the reliability of downl
JetBrains Toolbox App 1.3 is here
We are happy to announce Toolbox App 1.3 release! Following months of development, this update brings not only a full load of bug fixes but also some new features we hope you will find useful. Let’s go over all of the new features and improvements one by one. Global hotkey Now you can set up a system-wide keyboard shortcut that opens the Toolbox App window no matter which app has focus at the moment. We didn't want to hijack any of your favorite key combinations, so it is disabled by default. Open Settings and set up the one most convenient for you. Keyboard navigation After a global hotkey i
JetBrains Toolbox App 1.0 Beta available
Four months ago we’ve introduced JetBrains Toolbox App — a one-stop solution to download and update all JetBrains’ IDEs. Many people have tried it already and like it: The @JBToolbox app makes managing @jetbrains tools almost effortless! Highly recommended, see https://t.co/YlEisxLnep for more details. — Vedran Pavić (@vedran_pavic) July 14, 2016 We want to thank all our brave early adopters and announce 1.0 Beta today! In case you need a short intro, please refer to the original announcement blog post. And below are the main changes we’ve made since then. 64-bit support on Windows and cus