GWT UiBinder support
The first IntelliJ IDEA 9.0.2 EAP build will add support for UiBinder, new functionality introduced in GWT 2.0. IntelliJ IDEA will understand tags and attributes in ui.xml files:
Inconsistencies between ui.xml file and associated Java class will be highlighted:
You can jump from field to the corresponding tag by using icon on the gutter:
Also IDE provides actions to quickly create new ui.xml file with associated Java class (in Edit | New | Google Web Toolkit menu) and to generate @UiHandler method (in Code | Generate menu).
Expect new version EAP to be published shortly.
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