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New Live Stream: Making Sense of Large Java and Kotlin Classes
This month, we’ll host a live stream about techniques that can be helpful when working with large codebases. During this talk, we’ll provide you with some guidance about how to approach unknown classes both large and small, find potential issues, and solve them. Register today and join us for the event! Date: Wednesday, November 23, 2022 Time: 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm CET REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR Agenda Though many developers dream of greenfield projects, in reality most of us work with projects where a fresh start is a pipe dream. If you have inherited a codebase built by other developers or ar
New Live Stream: Diving Into Java Ecosystem Security With Open Source and DevSecOps
We’re happy to announce a new live stream on Java ecosystem security with Open Source and DevSecOps! To learn more about using security in the Java ecosystem, register today and join us on the day of the event: Date: Tuesday, October 27, 2022 Time: 5:00 pm –6:00 pm CEST REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR Session agenda Improving security for open-source projects is a priority on the global IT agenda. DevOps have contributed to creating a framework with many opportunities and challenges in which the Java industry and ecosystem continue to evolve, fostering software supply chain securi
Ensure Greater Software Security With Package Analysis by Checkmarx in IntelliJ IDEA
Today we are happy to announce the partnership between JetBrains, a global software vendor that creates professional software development tools and advanced collaboration solutions, and Checkmarx, a global leader in developer-centric application security testing (AST) solutions. Checkmarx SCA (Software Composition Analysis) is now integrated directly into JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate through the Package Checker plugin. Thanks to the plugin, developers will now be provided with security information about open source packages included directly or indirectly in their code, allowing them to
IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3.1 Is Here!
We’ve just released the first minor update for v2021.3. Download IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3.1 from our website, update via the Toolbox App or from inside the IDE, or use snaps (on Ubuntu) IntelliJ IDEA 2020.3.3 introduced the concept of trusted projects to mitigate the risks associated with opening projects from unknown and untrusted sources. With v2021.3.1 we’ve changed the behavior and implementation of the Trusted Project dialogs. They are now shown before a project is opened in IntelliJ IDEA for the first time. Additionally, this minor release brings a set of important fixes: Fixe
IntelliJ IDEA 2021.2.4 Is Out
We’ve just released IntelliJ IDEA 2021.2.4 with several valuable fixes. To download this version, visit our website, update your version using the ToolBox App or from inside the IDE, or use snaps if you are an Ubuntu user.IntelliJ IDEA 2020.3.3 introduced the concept of trusted projects to mitigate the risks associated with opening projects from unknown and untrusted sources.With v2021.2.4, we’ve changed the behavior and implementation of the Trusted Project dialogs. They are now shown before a project is opened in an IntelliJ-based IDE for the first time. Here is the list of the most no
IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3 RC2 is out!
This year’s third major release of your favorite IDE is just about the corner! Today the IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3 RC2 build is available for you to try. You can download it from our website, via the Toolbox App, or by using snaps for Ubuntu. Please note that to use the Release Candidate you will need an active subscription to IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate or to use a trial license. You can take a look at the latest changes in the release notes. This is likely to be the final build before the major release, so your feedback is very welcome! Feel free to share your feedback with
IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3 EAP 6: Enhanced HTTP Client, Kotlin Support for CDI, and More
A new EAP build of IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3 is here! Take a look at the new features and improvements it brings, such as an enhanced HTTP client, support for the Qute template language, Kotlin support for CDI, and much more. Please note that all the features that we will highlight in this blog post are available in IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate only. HTTP client enhancements In this release cycle we have significantly improved the IntelliJ IDEA HTTP client. We added support for gRPC requests, output redirection to a custom file or directory, support for text and JSON streams, support for HTTP re
The new Coffee Club show!
We’ve launched a new live show on the IntelliJ IDEA channel – Coffee Club! It’s a show where JetBrains Java Advocates come together to talk about topics they’re passionate about, such as Java, development, technical careers, and much more. The first episode of Coffee Club is now up on YouTube, so feel free to watch it if you haven’t yet! In the first episode of Coffee Club, JetBrains Java Advocates Trisha Gee, Helen Scott, Dalia Abo Sheasha, and Mala Gupta talked about the skills that developers need to level up their careers, beyond knowing a certain language or framework.&
Live Stream: Modern UI Test Automation With Selenium Libraries
Last week we hosted a live stream on Modern UI Test Automation with Selenium Libraries, where Yuriy Artamonov talked about modern approaches in the UI test automation. If you missed our live stream, don’t worry! The recording is already available on the IntelliJ IDEA YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/embed/P-vureOnDWY During the stream, Yuriy gave a hands-on live coding demo of building a new UI automation project with Selenium and Java. He also highlighted the top 3 productive APIs to write your UI test on top of Selenium – Selenide, FluentLenium, and Geb. Here’s a list o
Easily Debug Java Microservices Running on Kubernetes with IntelliJ IDEA
This is a guest blog post by Daniel Bryant, from Telepresence Tutorial: Learn to locally debug Java microservices with IntelliJ IDEA and Telepresence connected to a remote Kubernetes cluster Many Java-based organizations adopt cloud native development practices with the goal of shipping features faster. The technologies and architectures may change when we move to the cloud, but the fact remains that we all still add the occasional bug to our code. The challenge here is that many of your existing local debugging tools and practices can’t be used when everything is running in a container o
End of Support for 32-bit Operating Systems in IntelliJ-based IDEs
Over the years, the number of users who use 32-bit (specifically Intel x86, as other 32-bit architectures were never officially supported by JetBrains) operating systems has declined massively for both Linux and Windows. We’ve come to the conclusion that it’s time for us to stop development for 32-bit and focus our efforts on making sure our products work well with the most commonly used operating systems. We also plan to focus more on supporting emergent architectures, such as AArch64, which is gaining traction, at least in the macOS world. The final major version that will be guaranteed to r
IntelliJ IDEA Turns 20!
IntelliJ IDEA has reached an incredible milestone – its 20th anniversary. Can you believe it's been 20 years already? Just think about it: we launched our product when smartphones and social media were not present in our daily lives, we had to watch movies on DVDs, and the Java virtual machine hadn’t even become open source. Twenty years ago, IntelliJ IDEA was created out of a desire to make development a more productive and enjoyable experience. Today IntelliJ IDEA is used and loved by over 4 million users all over the world. And this is not an exaggeration – we have users on each and every