Play! with IntelliJ IDEA EAP build 110.187

Grab the new build here and start playing with the Play! framework. Here you’ll find a few related screencasts. The new build also has significant changes in PostgreSQL syntax support.

The new build also includes the first step of a visual redesign of the UI (starting from the navigation bar).

Please download the new build, check out the complete release notes and send us feedback through the issue tracker.

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15 Responses to Play! with IntelliJ IDEA EAP build 110.187

  1. Andrey V. says:

    Just great news about Play! Downloading it to try right now!

  2. Jan Thomä says:

    That is just awesome news. I love Play! and having it supported by IDEA 11 is great!

  3. James Ward says:

    This is great! It took an extra step for me to get it working. When I go to Tools -> Play with Playframework and then try to set the location of Play, I get:
    /home/jamesw/play-1.2.3/ does not exist

    If I symlink to play then the play console works.

    I’ll submit an issue.


  4. Cem Koc says:


  5. Igor Kolomiets says:

    I find navigation bar is quite useless for me. Hopefully re-designed version will be as easy to disable as the current one.

  6. Pere says:

    Oh yeah! Love you guys :)

  7. opensas says:

    great news, I’ll give it a try as soon as possible…

  8. Agile Hobo says:

    Need to revert to previous build because this build cannot open my Android project :-(

  9. Matt Raible says:

    There doesn’t seem to be a Scala plugin for this build. Is that a known issue?

  10. Rico K. says:

    Play! framework support? I love you!!!

  11. opensas says:

    will play support be available also on the community edition?

  12. yole says:

    No. Play Framework, like all other Web frameworks supported by IntelliJ IDEA, will only be available in IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate.

  13. James Ward says:

    I just posted a short video that shows how to get a Play app setup in IntelliJ:

    Thanks JetBrains! This is awesome stuff!

  14. SI says:

    great and we need play 2.0 with scala support, thanks

  15. typesafe says:

    Great work!
    +1 on scala play 2.0 support. Need to add support for scala templates.

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