Writing Plugins for IntelliJ IDEA Webinar Recording

Writing Plugins for IntelliJ IDEA Webinar recording is now available on JetBrains.tv and YouTube. In the first part of our ongoing series, John Lindquist explores the plugin development process with Mihai Toader, author of the Go Lang plugin.

We would also like to extend to you an early invitation to join John Thursday, November 29th for the next Webinar where we’ll build a plugin from scratch with JetBrains CTO, Dmitry Jemerov. Further details and registration will be announced soon, so stay tuned to this blog, Twitter and Facebook. This is a webinar that is not to be missed. Mark your calendars now!

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5 Responses to Writing Plugins for IntelliJ IDEA Webinar Recording

  1. Ruud says:

    Haven’t seen the video completely yet, (only first few minutes) and I’ll probably watch this some time later, but just wanted to say I think it’s great you are putting this kind of info up.

    Some suggestions though: get a proper microphone (or set it up right), the sound quality is pretty poor and somewhat off-putting. And maybe it would be useful for some to upload to the presentations as well.

    • Robert Demmer says:

      Thank you Ruud for your feedback. We do our best to make sure that the recording is in the best possible shape for our viewers. In the case of this video we needed to bump up the audio volume which caused some loss in quality.

      Tomorrow on the IntelliJ IDEA blog there will be an a follow-up post to the webinar. You will find a list of 200+ Open-source plugins that provide fine examples to get you started as well as some pointers. We will try and include the slides too.

      Thanks again for taking the time to share your thoughts with us.

    • The sound quality is due to the compression of the Webinar software (the hour-long webinar output a 29.5MB wmv). Compare the sound of this to the sound of any of my youtube tutorials and it’s a drastic difference.

      For what it’s worth, my slides are here: http://johnlindquist.com/presentations/plugins-preso

  2. Robert says:

    Here is a follow-up post with a few tips and a link to more than 200 Open-source plugins. http://blogs.jetbrains.com/idea/2012/10/check-out-more-than-200-open-source-plugins/

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