The State of Developer Ecosystem 2021
The results of our fifth annual Developer Ecosystem Survey are in! The report tracks the current trends around various programming languages, applications, tools, frameworks, and even developers’ lifestyles and habits. What’s different about this year’s report is that This year we improved our methodology and extended the survey geography to the whole world! The State of Developer Ecosystem 2021
Early Access Programs Now Come With Login
The Early Access Program at JetBrains has been around since the early days. It provides free access to pre-release versions of our products, allowing you to evaluate new features, test issues that have been resolved, and more. It’s a great way for us to receive feedback and we’re always eternally grateful to all of our EAP users. As of the next EAP releases of our IDEs and .NET tools (excluding C
Art of Tiling and Mind Coalescence
It’s been five years since JetBrains first implemented computational technologies in its branding graphics. At the beginning, our generative art enthusiasts were working on separate teams dispersed throughout the company. But eventually, they got together and formed a team known collectively as the Computational Arts Initiative. Since then, art generation has become a significant part of our desig
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 feedb
Compose for Desktop: Milestone 4 Released
More desktop UI goodies are coming your way! Milestone 4, the latest version of Compose for Desktop, comes packed with features to help you build even better Kotlin desktop applications with modern, declarative user interfaces based on Google’s modern toolkit. Visit the website In this post, we’ll walk you through some of the highlights of this release. They include: A new, experiment
Gradle Fellows are now included in the JetBrains Developer Recognition Program
For many years, JetBrains has supported developers, students, teachers, instructors, and communities worldwide with various community support programs. We are proud to have our own Developer Recognition Program that helps us support and encourage developers to share their passion and knowledge in technology. More than 1000 experts received complimentary All Products Packs in 2020 (see 2020 Annual Highlights).
JetBrains Security Bulletin Q1 2021
In the fourth quarter of 2020, we resolved a number of security issues in our products. Here's a summary report that contains a description of each issue and the version in which it was resolved.
Technology Preview: Jetpack Compose for Web
First came the desktop, now comes the world wide web: Jetpack Compose advances to the browser! Today, we are releasing the first technology preview of Jetpack Compose for Web. While we keep actively developing Compose for Desktop toward its 1.0 release, this is the next chapter in our multiplatform story for Jetpack Compose, bringing Google’s toolkit for building reactive user interfaces with Kotl
JetBrains Toolbox 2021.1 Released. Summary
Our first major update this year, 2021.1, brings many exciting features and solves quite a few troubling issues in the JetBrains Toolbox tools, which are available all together with an All Products Pack subscription. Here are the across-the-board highlights of the 2021.1 release that many in the community have been waiting for.
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 p
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 Swin
JetBrains 2020/21 Annual Highlights: 10 Million Users, 30 Tools, and More!
Last year JetBrains celebrated its 20th birthday, and we’ve compiled a quick summary to give you a glimpse of how the year went. We also invite you to check out the full JetBrains 2020/21 Annual Highlights report to learn all about the exciting developments.