Get IntelliJ-based IDEs, Fully Localized in 3 Languages!
JetBrains has always been committed to creating solutions that make software development easier and more productive for programmers worldwide. For many years, our IDEs have only been available in English. Today we’re thrilled that developers who speak Chinese, Japanese, and Korean will be able to get the full experience of using our products in their native languages. Thank you! Localizing our mature IDEs, which were initially created in English without localization in mind, was no small feat. It is the result of work by an incredible group of people, both from within JetBrains and from our
Webinar Recording: Busy Plugin Developers – Episode 1
The recording of the latest episode of the "Busy Plugin Developers" webinar is now available on JetBrains TV. In this webinar, we covered a key plugin development tool – the Gradle IntelliJ Plugin. We explained the key features, the recent changes that we’ve introduced, and how the plugin signing mechanism works in JetBrains Marketplace. We also featured a special guest from VirtusLab, Paweł Lipski, who gave a demo of plugin UI testing and shared some tips on how to run your tests headlessly on a Continuous Integration (CI) server. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAlor5-hC0Q Webi
IntelliJ IDEA 2021.2 EAP Is Open!
Welcome to our second Early Access Program this year! It will offer a glimpse of the new features that will be included in the upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 2021.2, in addition to introducing useful quality improvements. The first EAP version is now available, offering automatic browser page reload when you save changes in the IDE, Ktor integration, WSL 2 and Run Targets for Kotlin, correct code highlighting when file system refresh is running, Java updates, and more. Join the program to test these and other updates and share your feedback with us. You can download the EAP build from our we
Introducing the IntelliJ IDEA Guide
We'd like to introduce you to our fresh new IntelliJ IDEA Guide! We've been working on this in the background for a few months now by collecting tips and even taking some of our screencasts from YouTube and turning them into tutorials for our guide.
Run IDE Features From the Terminal
IntelliJ IDEA integrates with many different tools used for software development. Most of these tools run in the system shell under the hood. Sometimes you don’t even realize that instead of running a command in the integrated terminal and reading console output, you can use the relevant IDE feature, like a tool window or a dialog that implements this functionality. For example, the diff viewer actually runs the diff command in the system shell to produce results. Another example is the Log tab in the Git tool window, which is based on the output of the git log command. (more…)