Three weeks ago we released GoLand 2019.2 with function calls support in the debugger, enhanced color schemes, customizable Postfix Completion templates, smarter Go Modules and dep integration, quick-fixes based on the Change Signature refactoring, and many other new code editing features. We also added support for Shell scripts and Kustomize for Kubernetes, as well as support for the new features of Go 1.13.
If you haven’t checked out these new features yet, visit our what’s new page for the detailed description, GIFs, and screenshots.
We would like to say THANK YOU to the people who help us further improve GoLand by sharing their product experience, feedback, and suggestions with us.
The most active evaluators are getting a free 1-year subscription for GoLand and a special edition of our branded T-shirt!
Meet these wonderful folks:
- Roland Illig (YouTrack username: roland.illig)
- Sergey Savenko (YouTrack username: deadok22)
- Max Neverov (YouTrack username: nmax)
- Denis Cheremisov (YouTrack username: sirkon)
- Andrey Sokolov (YouTrack username: falconandy)
- Gabriel Nelle (YouTrack username: nelle)
- Mike Schinkel (YouTrack username: mikeschinkel)
GoLand 2019.3 Roadmap
Please note we don’t guarantee that all of the features below will be included in GoLand 2019.3.
Long story short, the GoLand 2019.3 update will be a little different from our previous releases. We realized that since GoLand’s first release, when it turned from a plugin for IntelliJ IDEA into an independent IDE, we’ve been adding more and more new features and extending the existing functionality in many different ways. Now it’s time to exhale and look around.
For this release period, our primary task is to fight bugs, glitches, unexpected behavior, and eliminate anything confusing. We believe that GoLand should bring you, our users, only pleasant experience and be your trustworthy helpmate in the Go world.
However, we couldn’t resist but add something new. Let’s have a look at our plans!