Maia Goes Public Beta

Egor Malyshev

It finally happened! IntelliJ IDEA 9 is now publicly available in its official Beta state.

In this release you will find almost everything we have prepared for IntelliJ IDEA 9:

  • Faster environment with background-enabled indexes
  • Improved code understanding, including dead code detection and extended folding options
  • Cleaner and more productive coding thanks to improved completion, intention actions, and more efficient UI
  • Full Java EE 6 support plus GlassFish 3, EJB 3.1, JPA 2.0, Servlet 3.0, JSF 2.0
  • Language polyglot arsenal extended with PHP, Scala and La Clojure, and improved Groovy
  • New Web frameworks support: Tapestry, GAE, GWT 1.7 and Spring 3.0 with Spring Security
  • OSGi Application Development
  • Enhanced Maven support
  • Android development facilities,
  • Better Flex Development, and more.

You can read more about improvements, get the fresh release, try it all for yourself, and submit your feedback via YouTrack, our brand-new issue tracker:

Also, don’t forget that our Free Upgrade Program is still effective and you can buy IntelliJ IDEA 9 even before it’s out!

Develop with Pleasure!

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8 Responses to Maia Goes Public Beta

  1. Adam Warski says:

    November 6, 2009

    After installing the TeamCity plugin Maia refused to load my project at all (internal ide error), and when I reverted to 8.1.3 (using the backed up project files) I wasn’t able to edit a file – sth got completely wrong with the display.

    Of course as it’s a beta such errors are expected, just a warning if anybody wanted to use it for work :).


  2. Chris Miller says:

    November 6, 2009

    Congratulations on going beta! Any chance of making the zip file available download like the EAP builds?

  3. Andrew Dashin says:

    November 6, 2009

    “Language polyglot” is a tautology.

  4. jesse says:

    November 6, 2009

    You mean like ?

  5. yole says:

    November 6, 2009

    The zip file is now available.

    For TeamCity plugin, you’ll need to install the version from TeamCity 4.5.5 or the latest 5.0 EAP.

  6. jaruk says:

    November 10, 2009

    i want to know ?
    setup and run (check out from subversion) on intellij idea

  7. Greg S says:

    November 10, 2009

    Congrats on the beta! It’s nice to see some neat new features.

    When can we expect to see simple comment wrapping for the various languages? It’s unbelievable that feature is still missing – basically every other editor including emacs has it, it’s so fundamental to editing code. I wait patiently from version to version and still, no love. Anyone?

  8. Egor Malyshev says:

    November 11, 2009

    Have you tried Ctrl+/ or Ctrl+Shift+/ ? BTW, available since version 1.0 🙂


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