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We’re working day and night to bring you more goodies in IntelliJ IDEA 10.5. Here are just a few more of them. Introduce Variable (Field, Constant) refactoring now has a type chooser and makes it easier to work with untyped … Continue reading
IntelliJ IDEA 9 is finally out, bringing you lots of goodies across the board! If you haven’t followed the EAP (Early Access Program) or missed the Beta release, here is a quick summary of the key new features and improvements … Continue reading
In addition to other refactorings, Maia also has this useful refactoring: push members down the classes hierarchy. Again, let’s try it on a simple example.
Today we’re continuing our series of posts about new ActionScript/Flex refactorings that you can find in the latest Maia EAP, with presentation of this new aid: pull class members up the classes hierarchy. Let’s have look at this simple example.
Next Maia’s EAP will bring you new refactoring that helps to be more productive when coding ActionScript or Flex. Now you can easily move static methods, properties, fields and constants between AS classes and Mxml components: just place caret on … Continue reading
If you read our recent posts on ActionScript/Flex refactorings, you might have noticed that UML diagramming in freshly released IntelliJ IDEA 9 works not only for Java. That’s right, you can use it to analyze your ActionScript and Flex classes.
At JetBrains we not only bring you new powerful features that make your life better, but also take care to polish the good old stuff to perfection. Let’s take a look at the Move refactoring for ActionScript classes, Flex components … Continue reading
Hi all ActionScript/Flex devs! I hope you enjoy using IntelliJ IDEA and I’m sure you’ll like it even more after you try Change Method Signature refactoring! It’s amazing how it allows you to quickly restyle your methods not only by … Continue reading
ActionScript/Flex development support in IntelliJ IDEA eventually gets closer to the unbeaten level of its Java assistance. Today it’s time to Extract Interface and Superclass. Let’s illustrate this feature on a simple example…