IntelliJ IDEA 2021.2 Release Candidate Is Out!
The IntelliJ IDEA 2021.2 RC is available! The major release is coming soon, so now is the perfect time to give the new features a try. Download the latest build from our website or via the Toolbox App, upgrade to it from inside the IDE, or use snaps for Ubuntu.
To use this build you need to have an active subscription to IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate.
Don’t wait to familiarize yourself with the exciting new features 2021.2 will bring. You can start with project-wide analysis, which detects errors in your entire Java project. You can also try out the new actions that the IDE can perform upon saving changes, or manage Maven and Gradle dependencies with a new convenient interface.
There are many additional updates – to learn more, choose the information source that works best for you:
- Watch video highlights.
If something doesn’t work the way it should, please report your problems to our issue tracker. We’ll do our best to fix them before the big release day.
It is officially the final countdown – IntelliJ IDEA 2021.2 is coming soon! Stay tuned!
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