Category Archives: New Features
In this latest post about Kotlin support in Spring plugins in IntelliJ IDEA, we’d like to point out that Spring Boot is also fully supported for Kotlin. When you run a Kotlin main function that starts a Spring Boot application, … Continue reading
Not so long ago, IntelliJ IDEA 2018.1 Ultimate Edition introduced some initial support for Kubernetes through the brand new Kubernetes plugin. The forthcoming IntelliJ IDEA 2018.3 takes it even further and now the Kubernetes plugin gets Helm support! In the … Continue reading
Here is the new blog post on Kotlin and Spring support in IntelliJ IDEA. The Spring Framework supports reading values from different kinds of sources using the @Value annotation. Completion, reference navigation, and folding property names with their values is now … Continue reading
It’s time for the next topic in the series of blogs on using Spring Framework with Kotlin support in IntelliJ IDEA. Kotlin classes are final by default, but some Spring functionality requires classes to be open. For instance, @Configuration classes … Continue reading
Let’s continue our posts on how IntelliJ IDEA supports developing Spring Framework applications with Kotlin. For now, let’s talk about navigation. The common way of navigation within a Spring Configuration is using gutters, and all Spring-related gutters are now available … Continue reading
Kotlin is now a first-class citizen in the Spring Framework, and in IntelliJ IDEA we are trying to make all the Spring features that have worked with Java over the years work with Kotlin too. In this series of blog … Continue reading
In this post we’re going to look at new features in IntelliJ IDEA 2018.2 for Gradle support, but since we’ve not talked about updates to Gradle support for a while, we’ll also mention some of the other Gradle features that … Continue reading
Now that IntelliJ IDEA 2018.2.1 is out, it’s time to start v2018.2.2 EAP! Here’s a list of the most noteworthy changes that you’ll find in the EAP build: Fixed a couple of performance issues related to VCS (file scanning) A number of fixes … Continue reading
IntelliJ IDEA 2018.2 comes with support for Groovy 2.5 features, and for the current draft of the Groovy 3.0 specification (note that Groovy 3.0 is in alpha and functionality may change in the future).
As usual, the latest version of IntelliJ IDEA comes with even better support for developers using the Spring framework.