Remote Development 2022.1 is here
Last week we released new builds of Remote Development and JetBrains Gateway. In this release cycle, our team has focused on the overall solution quality and bug fixes. In addition to the quality improvements, the latest version has several noticeable new features, which we’ll highlight in this blog post. Remote Development with Gateway is a feature that allows you to use JetBrains IDEs hosted on a remote server. You can install a JetBrains IDE as a backend service and connect via the JetBrains Client, a local application that provides a familiar, full-featured, customizable UI for the
A Deep Dive Into JetBrains Gateway
Let’s take a deeper look at the remote development workflow managed by the new JetBrains Gateway app.
Introducing Remote Development for JetBrains IDEs
With the release of the 2021.3 wave of IDEs this week, JetBrains is adding remote development support to the IntelliJ Platform! You can host your source code, toolchain, and IDE backend on a remote server, and use a local thin client based on the IntelliJ Platform to write, navigate, refactor, run, debug, and test your project.
What Is In Code With Me 2021.2?
Code With Me, the JetBrains tool for pair programming and collaborative coding, has reached its second big release. The new version has received an array of beautiful new features and updates that software teams of all kinds will enjoy. Many of these changes are the result of suggestions from our users. Thank you! This reflects the essence of the product: we're improving collaboration by, well, working together with the community. As well as receiving some incredible feedback about what new features you want us to add, we have also got lots of nice positive feedback about
Wrapping Up Code With Me EAP 2021.2
Hi everyone, it’s the Code With Me team here! It’s already been two months since we announced the public release of Code With Me, a service for remote pair programming and collaborative coding. Time flies! First of all, we want to thank everyone who tried Code With Me, shared their opinion, reported bugs, and sent in their suggestions about our collaborative coding tool. It’s only because of feedback like this that Code With Me can evolve and become more valuable for software development teams. In particular, we want to thank the Rider community for their patience and persistence. We hear y
Code With Me Reaches Public Release
JetBrains is rolling out the public release of Code With Me, the new service for remote pair programming and collaborative coding. Our team received a lot of positive and constructive feedback from the early adopters, and we wanted to thank them for their support and suggestions. We are happy to learn how Code With Me helped remote teams navigate the challenging shift to distance work during the pandemic. That is why we wanted to provide users with seamless access to Code With Me functionality and have bundled our solution into the majority of IntelliJ-based IDEs. ⭐ The latest 2021.1
Access Your IDE Remotely With Projector
Today we're announcing the initial release of Projector – a tool and framework for running JetBrains IDEs and Swing apps remotely over your network. As you may know, Swing is a graphical widget toolkit for Java. Current JetBrains IDEs use Swing to draw the UI. The same is true for other IntelliJ-based IDEs, like Android Studio. Even though it is generally a good thing that JetBrains IDEs and Swing apps are desktop applications, there's a number of corner cases, like thin clients, that require a special approach. This is where Projector comes in. Projector is a self-hosted technology that
Update on R Language Support in IntelliJ-based IDEs
Since its first days as a company, JetBrains has relentlessly worked to make professional software development a more productive and enjoyable experience. This mission started 20 years ago with a single tool that helped refactor Java code and which later became a full-fledged IDE. Today JetBrains offers a dozen IDEs that replicate the enjoyable experience of developing with IntelliJ across multiple programming languages. In this post, we’d like to give you an update on one of those languages: the R language. Support for the R language has been available for IntelliJ IDEA for quite a while. It
JetBrains Mono — a new typeface made for developers
A year ago, we set a very ambitious goal – create a font to make working with code more comfortable for everyone. And we did it! What’s the problem with other monospaced fonts, you might ask? For the most part of our day we, as developers, look at the code. And it is no wonder that we are always on the lookout for the best font to make looking at the text on the screen easier on our eyes. However, the logic in many popular fonts does not always take into account the difference between reading through code and reading a book. Our eyes move along code in a very different way, often having to
Welcome to Space!
Today at KotlinConf, we announced our brand new product Space, and we have already opened the Early Access Program. (more…)
Get More Out of Your JetBrains Tools with Commercial Third-party Plugins From the JetBrains Marketplace
With more than 4,000 available plugins, the Plugins Repository is able to deliver a variety of third-party plugins that can extend your JetBrains product on demand. There are plugins to bring you everything from additional languages and new technology support to cloud integrations, to themes, learning shortcuts, and even a Nyan Cat progress bar. Plugins for pretty much all the JetBrains tools including, but not limited to, all the IntelliJ–based IDEs, TeamCity, and .NET tools. Today we want to introduce to you the brand-new JetBrains Marketplace platform, a new evolutionary step for the Plugi
Datalore 1.0: Intelligent Web Application for Data Analysis
We’re thrilled to introduce you to Datalore, an intelligent web application for data analysis and visualization in Python, as it officially reaches version 1.0! Ever since the public beta release last February, we’ve been working hard to implement a lot of new ideas based on your suggestions. The beta version provided core application features: a smart code editor with context-dependent suggestions, incremental recalculations, and built-in tools and libraries for machine learning. Here’s what Datalore offers for data scientists: (more…)