Some README.md Love: Markdown Support Improvements
Developers and other users of JetBrains IDEs have been using the integrated Markdown support for a long time. It is great for editing your project’s README.md file, as well as any documentation that comes with the source code, or even your static web site sourced in Markdown. You can also use Markdown scratch files to draft up blog posts, store your meeting notes, or a to-do list. (more…)
Space Code Reviews Available From JetBrains IDEs, Space UI, or Mobile
JetBrains Space supports the code review process in its web interface, in your IDE, and on mobile.
Java Annotated Monthly – August 2022
Hi! As the summer season carries on, we’re enjoying the newest content from the community. Here are almost 30 inspirational articles for you to dive into. Pick your favorite and share it with your friends! Java News IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2 Is Out! – The IDE uses JetBrains Runtime 17, which enhances the IDE’s performance, security, and user experience. Java Tutorials & Tips Java 19: What's New? – Loïc Mathieu walks you through all the functionalities of the long-awaited new version.A dose of Marco Codes videos: 7 great Terminal/CLI tools not everyone knows and Gradle Tutorial.
New Live Stream: Getting Started With Remote Development in IntelliJ IDEA
With the massive shift to remote work in all walks of life, it's no surprise that developers are joining the pack. But do they have an adequate toolset to stay productive in these new circumstances? Is working on heavy, expensive, and overheating laptops or connecting to remote desktops with high latency truly the way to go? Join us on August 4 for a webinar where we’ll be showcasing JetBrains Gateway, our strategic remote development solution for IntelliJ IDEA. We’ll show you how to run IntelliJ IDEA on a remote server, from a simple SSH setup, to a more managed, automated environment prov
Manage Space Dev Environments From IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2
Manage your Space dev environments for remote development directly within IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2 or the JetBrains Gateway UI.
IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2 Release Candidate Is Out!
The IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2 Release Candidate is now available! Download the latest build from our website, via the Toolbox App, upgrade to it from inside the IDE, or use snaps for Ubuntu. The major release for v2022.2 is almost here, meaning that the Early Access Program is coming to a close. We’d like to thank you for taking part in evaluating the new features and sharing your feedback with us. Your involvement with the EAP is highly valuable and important, as it helps us make IntelliJ IDEA a better product to work with. To use this build, you need to have an active subscript
IntelliJ IDEA 2022.1.4 is Available
IntelliJ IDEA 2022.1.4 is out with several valuable fixes! You can get the latest version from our website, via the Toolbox App, from inside the IDE, or by using snaps if you’re a Ubuntu user. Here are the most notable fixes included in this bug-fix release: For the full list of resolved issues, please refer to the release notes. If you spot any issues, please report them via our issue tracker. Happy developing!
IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2 Beta 2 Is AvailableEarly Access Program
IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2 Beta 2 is out! You can get the new build from our website, via the free Toolbox App, or by using snaps for Ubuntu. To familiarize yourself with the most notable updates in v.2022.2, browse the IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2 EAP section of our blog. In addition, IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2 Beta 2 delivers some updates we haven’t previously covered, so read on to get the latest news. More for Remote Development Connection improvements We’ve revamped the deployment process which improves the remote development experience from various angles: New changes speed up
New Live Stream: Java Modules in Real Life
Java Modules have many benefits. They enable you to encapsulate packages and related resources and define strict accessibility rules. Introduced in Java 9 as the Java Platform Module System, or JPMS, Java Modules have proven to be somewhat tricky to use, even for experienced developers. During his guest appearance at our next IntelliJ IDEA Live Stream, Nicolai Parlog will teach us about modules. He’ll explain what they are, why we should use them, and when it is better not to. Register for the show and join us on Wednesday, July 27, at 5:00 pm CEST / 3:00 pm UTC. REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR
IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2 Goes Beta
IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2 Beta is now available with the key improvements and changes that are expected in the upcoming major release.
Java Annotated Monthly – July 2022
Hello! For the July edition of Java Annotated Monthly, we’ve collected 20 Java and Kotlin related blog posts for you to peruse as you enjoy the summer weather. We’ve got updates from the Gradle and Scala communities, and news about the latest events for you to catch up on. Java News Apache Tomcat 8.5.81 available – It offers an increased default buffer size for cluster messages, improvements for the RemoteIPValve request mechanism, better TLS performance with non-blocking writes, and the NIO connector.JDK 20 – This page offers an overview of the release.IntelliJ IDEA 2022.1.3 Is Out
Beyond Comparison: Compare Anything in IntelliJ IDEA
IntelliJ IDEA provides powerful coding assistance features, smart code completion, tons of inspections and context actions, and much more. But IntelliJ IDEA is not just an editor. It has powerful features that can make your user experience pleasant and easy as well. Today, we’ll take a look at the options you have for comparing various elements in IntelliJ IDEA. Comparing project files Let’s start with comparing files. Open the Project tool window by pressing ⌘ 1 on macOS (Alt+1 on Windows and Linux), or navigate to View | Tool Windows | Project. From there, select the files