IntelliJ IDEA 2019.2 is going Beta! This means that the major features are already implemented and we’ll now focus on polishing everything for the upcoming release.
The Beta milestone is a perfect time to share your opinions on the upcoming features, if you haven’t yet, as we’ll be able to add some touches for those new features based on your feedback.
Due out in late July, the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 2019.2 will come with support for Java 13, improve its Inline Method refactoring, detect duplicates better, and enhance the JVM Profiler. It will provide a preview for Structural Search, add more features for working with Maven and Gradle, expand its EditorConfig support, improve the Services tool window, and do much, much more.
We’d like to show you a quick overview of the most exciting new features in this upcoming release for Java developers – take a look!