IntelliJ IDEA 10 Public Preview is now available

Dmitry Jemerov

As the release of IntelliJ IDEA 10 gets closer, the feedback from users on our new release becomes ever more important. Because of that, we’ve decided to release our latest EAP build to a wider audience.

To learn about new features coming in IntelliJ IDEA 10 and to download the Public Preview build, please visit the IntelliJ IDEA 10 Public Preview page. Note that you don’t need any license key to use the preview build — it will run for 30 days without asking for a key.

And if you’ve been following the EAP program of IntelliJ IDEA X, you can see what’s new in this build at the Release Notes. The list mostly contains bugfixes; in particular, we’ve made a lot of improvements to the two big new features recently introduced in the EAP, namely auto-popup completion and floating editor windows.

You’re welcome to share your opinion on the new release in the forums, and to post bug reports and feature requests to our issue tracker. And to stay informed about all the latest developments, please follow us on Twitter.

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5 Responses to IntelliJ IDEA 10 Public Preview is now available

  1. Carl says:

    November 16, 2010

    I am downloading now.

    Thanks for all your hard work!

  2. Ara Minosian says:

    November 16, 2010

    What about PrimeFaces and RichFaces support?

  3. asaf says:

    November 17, 2010

    is there an estimation for the final release date ?

  4. Alex He says:

    November 18, 2010

    Yeah!!! New Code Completion feature rocks!!! I’ve been using Eclipse, Netbeans for Java/C++ development for many years. Spent a very long time looking for code completion feature that comparable to Visual Assist plugin for Visual Studio, but failed and feel very frustrated.

    For me, a great IDE is all about improving productivity and code quality. Now, with the IntelliJ 10 I got all of that and am 100% happy :-). Going to switch my IDE to IntelliJ….

  5. stlum9495 says:

    November 19, 2010

    Can we get this in IntelliJ 10?

    I’ve been asking for over 4 years now — major usability problem and has a decent number of votes!



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