Internationalizing GWT Applications with IntelliJ IDEA
Upcoming version of IntelliJ IDEA features improved GWT support. Internationalization (i18n) of GWT application was made easier than ever.
IntelliJ IDEA leverages GWT i18n support through all of its productivity-enhancing features:
- Convenient navigation through property files and references.
Click the icon at the property reference to open the corresponding property file.
Plus, the Go to implementation action lets you jump to referenced properties directly from code.
- Dedicated inspections that spot disrepancies between property files and interfaces.
- Intelligent quick-fixes that let you instantly create missing methods and properties.
- I18n-aware refactorings let you conveniently change property, interface and property file names.
The latest builds of IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 where this feature is available, can be obtained through the IntelliJ IDEA EAP. The official release is scheduled to the October, 30, 2006.
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