Your JetBrains All Products Pack Tools Are Ready To Be Updated to 2023.1
We have released the first annual update, 2023.1, for all of the JetBrains IDEs and .NET tools.
You will find the following new features available across most of the IDEs:
- The new UI has been updated to provide you with a more polished and seamless experience. It is still in Beta and is available as a setting.
- A number of new features make working with Git, GitHub, and other version control systems easier, including an improved Branches popup, background commit checks, and more.
- Web development improvements include new Astro framework support and enhancements for Vue, React, and Angular users.
- We’ve added support for major features from the upcoming TypeScript 5.0.
- New features have been added to make working with Docker easier, including a merged log view from all Docker Compose containers and support for Azure Container Registry.
There are many more product-specific changes. See the summaries below and dive deeper to learn more about the products of your interest.
IntelliJ IDEA 2023.1 is now available with a range of new features and improvements. The IDE’s new UI has been updated to provide you with a more polished and seamless experience. The latest performance enhancements have resulted in faster Maven imports and the earlier availability of IDE features when opening projects, as well as a streamlined commit process thanks to background commit checks. IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate now supports navigation for Spring Security matchers and request mappings. These are just a few of the improvements in v2023.1 designed to streamline your coding experience and boost productivity.
PyCharm 2023.1 brings the long-awaited support for remote Jupyter notebooks! Now you can connect to, copy, paste, modify, and debug remote notebooks from inside the IDE. The new version comes with improved code review workflows and better syntax highlighting in Quick Documentation.
DataGrip 2023.1 is a quality-focused release; it adds no new features but fixes lots of annoying bugs.
Rider 2023.1 improves support for C#, including a set of inspections to optimize and speed up your work with different types of collections and more adjustable ways to introduce null checks in your code. Game development using Rider is bolstered by the introduction of support for Unity’s Data Oriented Tech Stack (DOTS) and Unreal Engine 5.2, including the recent updates to the Blueprints file format and support for Godot 4. There are also some enhancements to Version Control tools and working with Docker, as well as a bunch of improvements to the new UI and the overall user experience.
RubyMine 2023.1 is packed with Rails 7 and Ruby 3.2 support, new UI updates, faster code completion, decreased memory consumption, improved gem synchronization on WSL, easier navigation and working with shared contexts and examples in RSpec, and enhanced Docker integration.
GoLand 2023.1 introduces the vulnerability checker, better navigation in gRPC code, and Rename refactoring for generic receivers. You can now run scratch files with non-standard-library packages and quickly convert raw string literals to double-quoted ones and vice-versa.
CLion 2023.1 brings a solution for package management, takes your debugging experience to the next level, helps with QML coding, and includes a host of improvements to the new UI.
PhpStorm 2023.1 is a major release that includes updates for the new UI, 3v4l.org integration, better performance, DFA in the debugger, support for multi-composer.json projects, improvements for PHP generics, and much more.
WebStorm 2023.1 comes with Astro support, TypeScript support for Vue template expressions, Tailwind CSS configuration, full IDE zoom, refinements to the new UI and version control integration, and more.
.NET tools and VS extensions
ReSharper 2023.1 improves support for C#, including a set of inspections to optimize and speed up your work with different types of collections and more adjustable ways to introduce null checks in your code.
These updates also made it into Rider 2023.1, in addition to some enhancements to Version Control tools and features for working with Docker, visualizers for string variables in the debugger, and a bunch of UX/UI improvements. Game development using Rider has been bolstered by the introduction of support for Unity’s Data Oriented Tech Stack (DOTS) and Unreal Engine 5.2, including the recent updates to the Blueprints file format and support for Godot 4.
ReSharper C++ 2023.1 brings updates for C++20 and C++23 features. It also introduces Call tracking for incoming calls and macro substitution previews in tooltips and Quick Documentation popups.
The standalone version of dotTrace is now available on Linux and macOS.
That is it, but the blog post only scratches the surface of the massive release. We hope these updates make your work more enjoyable and help you be even more productive.
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