- GoLand 2019.3: Faster Than Ever Before with Improved Go Modules Support, New Quick-fixes, and Much More
- GoLand 2019.3 Turns Beta!
- Get GoLand, Support Women Who Go and GoBridge, and Celebrate Go’s Birthday!
- Goland 2019.3 EAP 6 is Out with Highlighting in go.mod Files, and Just a Pinch of Bug-Fixes
- Goland 2019.3 EAP 5 is Here with Faster Startup, Improvements for File Watcher, and More
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Category Archives: New Features
Our train of Early Access Program builds is quickly approaching its final destination. GoLand 2019.3 has reached the Beta milestone, so starting today we are focusing on polishing things up and getting the IDE ready for the release. Note that … Continue reading
Go developers may rely at times on shell scripts to perform various tasks. In this post, we’ll have a look at the new builtin support for Shell scripting in GoLand 2019.2. First, we need a new shell script file, let’s … Continue reading
The first Early Access Program (EAP) build for GoLand 2019.3 is ready for you to try. You can get it via the Toolbox App, download from the website, or use a snap package (for Ubuntu). Or, right in GoLand, select … Continue reading
A while ago, we wrote an article about 14 different ways the IDE can assist you with code completion. Out of those, Postfix Completion stands apart as it lets you continue to type after the identifier name and get suggestions … Continue reading
Refactorings and quick-fixes are one of the areas that set IDEs apart from text editors. With them, you can quickly move parts of code around in a safe manner, rename identifiers or change function/method signature across large codebases, extract interfaces … Continue reading