Maia Reaches Its First Milestone

We’re happy to announce the first Milestone release of upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 9, nicknamed Maia.
This release delivers a fresh preview of features and improvements we’ve implemented so far for IntelliJ IDEA 9:

  • Java EE 6
  • Tapestry
  • OSGi
  • Android
  • Google App Engine
  • PHP
  • And more

You’re welcome to download IntelliJ IDEA 9M1, traditionally available for Windows, Mac OS X and Unix systems.

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7 Responses to Maia Reaches Its First Milestone

  1. Dmitry Polyakov says:

    awesome! cant wait for it.

  2. Geekycoder says:

    Thank for the constant update and new build, One main reason why Intellij rocks …

  3. Geekycoder says:

    Seems that the Android support isn’t working in the milestone release (compile error and deployment error). Is this a known issue ?

  4. vkelman says:

    So, you do not plan to include Scala support into IntelliJ IDEA 9? I know that a Scala plugin exists (that was the main reason for me to buy IntelliJ IDEA 8.) However, since it isn’t officially supported, Scala plugin developers seem not to have enough resources.
    There are great expectation for Scala, many emerging projects. It’s enough to say that Twitter is being partially re-written in Scala…

  5. Ilya Sergey says:

    Hi, Vladimir.
    Scala pluing is officially supported by JetBrains, but we don’t have plans to buindle it into the Maia release (but of course, we keep it up to date with last EAPs and milestones).

  6. odd says:

    Any plans to include support for wicket in intelliJ 9?

  7. If there is any way to include XSL debugging support with Idea 9 it would be absolutely invaluable! Also, when is the release date? I was getting ready to renew my license, but I want to wait until Idea 9 is available since its performance is so much better than Idea 8.

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