A month ago we released GoLand 2019.3. For this version, we mostly focused on giving you the most enjoyable IDE experience possible. We hope our efforts have paid off! GoLand 2019.3 consumes less CPU and performs faster than any previous versions, has more accurate code inspections, and improves its code editing features. On top of that, we’ve added new quick-fixes, enhanced the existing refactorings, and made it possible to debug your applications remotely using Mozilla rr, enable a Global File Watcher for every new project, and work with MongoDB!
If you haven’t checked out these new features yet, visit our What’s New page for detailed descriptions, GIFs, and screenshots.
Traditionally, we would like to say a big THANK YOU to the people who help us make GoLand better 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!
Here are these wonderful folks:
Dmitry Matrenichev (YouTrack username: lepage)
Roland Illig (YouTrack username: roland.illig)
GoLand 2020.1 roadmap
Like the IntelliJ Platform on which GoLand is built, our IDE will keep improving startup performance and indexing speed. Here’s a short summary of things to come:
- We are planning to unlock more IDE actions while your project is still indexing so that you can perform them immediately, without having for the indexing to finish.
- The IDE will notify you about indexing deviations, for example when file indexing is taking too long, files are reindexed too frequently, or index rebuilds are caused by exceptions.