IntelliJ IDEA 6.0: GWT support
IntelliJ IDEA always strives for innovations. So, the innovative Google Web Toolkit is supported in forthcoming IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 release. Moreover, you can try it right now – the latest EAP version of IntelliJ IDEA comes bundled with GWT Studio plugin and provides general functionality. See the GWT demo to get the first impression and read the roadmap to see what’s coming next.
By the way, GWT Studio has quite an interesting story. The plugin was originally written by JetBrains marketing director, Alex Tkachman. Yes, we really eat our own dog food and even our marketing staff believes that IntelliJ IDEA is a great tool and tries to make it better in all possible ways.
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