Download the new EAP build for the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3 and check out all the improvements! KWallet support, fixes related to the focus subsystem, and better support for Project Reactor. Read on for more details.
As usual, the EAP builds for IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate are free to use but expire within 30 days of the build date.
Better support for Project Reactor
The upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3 will provide better support for Project Reactor. For a start, the IDE has added a huge pack of inspections for Reactor Project. It will now warn you about the potential return of null from lambda operators of Flux or Mono methods.
On October 23rd we’re doing a webinar which is a bit of an experiment for us: we’re inviting another JetBrains developer advocate, Paul Everitt, over to show us about React and TypeScript in IntelliJ IDEA.
Why an experiment? Here’s an interview I (Trisha Gee) did with Paul to help frame the webinar, explain what we’ll be doing, and dive into our ideas about “fail faster” and “flow.”
Wow, what a bumper month! Summer is well and truly over and we are Being Productive! This month’s edition is absolutely huge and I didn’t even do any particular research for the newsletter, there was just a lot of interesting stuff kicking around. Of course we have Java 13, and I’ve added two new sections, career advice and testing. Not testing your career, although that would be really useful too. There are also a lot of Spring Boot tutorials because I’ve been leaning on Google a lot this month for my live coding demo for Spring One Platform in Austin next week. Set aside some serious time for this edition!
Today we’ve launched the new EAP build for the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 2019.3 with lots of improvements.
As usual, EAP builds for IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate are free to use, but they will expire within 30 days of the build date.
Improved mismatched types tooltip
Continuing the work of polishing IntelliJ IDEA, we have reworked the mismatched type tooltip to improve its readability. Normally, you’ll see the mismatched types tooltip when an argument type does not match the parameter type in a method call, or if the actual type doesn’t match the expected type in assignments
Previously, it was rather difficult to view the whole type that was used as an argument because the type might be too long. Now, the IDE doesn’t show the fully qualified names if the provided type name is different from what is required. It displays the fully qualified name only if type names are the same but the packages are different.
We just released the third minor update for v2019.2 – IntelliJ IDEA 2019.2.3. It delivers many important fixes, better performance, and improved usability.
You can download IntelliJ IDEA 2019.2.3 from our website, update via the ToolBox or from inside the IDE, or use snaps (on Ubuntu).
A bug-fix update for v2019.2 is here! IntelliJ IDEA 2019.2.2 comes with several notable bug fixes, regression fixes, and performance improvements.