Big Data Tools Update 12 Is Out: Experimental Python Support and Search Function in Zeppelin Notebooks
Update 12 of the Big Data Tools plugin for IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate, PyCharm Professional, and DataGrip has been released. You can install it from the JetBrains Plugin Repository or from inside your IDE. The plugin allows you to edit Zeppelin notebooks, upload files to cloud filesystems, and monitor Hadoop and Spark clusters. In this release, we've added experimental Python support and global search
Big Data Tools Update Is Out: SSH Tunnels, Filters and Limits for Spark, User Defined Modules and More
I am pleased to announce that EAP 10 of the Big Data Tools plugin for IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate is available from today. Our goal was to fix as many problems as possible and improve the plugin from the inside out. In addition to some under-the-hood changes, two visible improvements have been made: With just a couple of mouse clicks, you can enable SSH tunnels to forward ports for Hadoop and Spark co
Introducing Selenium Support in IntelliJ IDEA
Selenium is a popular framework for testing web applications in the Java world, and we have decided to improve IDE support for selenium-java and its accompanying tools and libraries. The upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 2020.1 Ultimate introduces initial support for Selenium with a new Selenium UI Automation Testing plugin. The new plugin supports the most popular JVM frameworks for UI testing and reporting
Meet Grazie: the ultimate spelling, grammar, and style checker for IntelliJ IDEA
Development is not all about programming languages. A lot of text in your code is for humans, not the compiler: string literals, comments, Javadocs, commit messages, and much more requires at least some knowledge of English or other natural languages, depending on your team and users. So isn't it great when your IDE checks not only your code constructs, but also the spelling, grammar, and style of
IntelliJ Themes Contest 2019: Add More Color to Your IDE!
We are thrilled to announce IntelliJ Themes Contest 2019! Create the community’s most-loved theme plugin for any IntelliJ-based IDEs: IntelliJ IDEA, PhpStorm, PyCharm, RubyMine, WebStorm, DataGrip, GoLand, CLion, Rider, or AppCode, and win a prize! IntelliJ IDEA 2019.1 arrived last month with official support for color customization of the IDE appearance, which means it’s up to you to decide wh
Brighten up Your Day – Add Color to IntelliJ IDEA!
For a long time, IntelliJ IDEA came only in black and white, with developers advocating for customization tirelessly. Today we have exciting news for you: IntelliJ IDEA 2019.1 will become more flexible than ever thanks to Custom Themes! Now you will have the power to design your own theme from scratch, and even better, we’ve made this incredibly easy to do! We’ve created a few brand new them
IntelliJ IDEA 2018.1: Kubernetes support
The upcoming IntelliJ IDEA 2018.1 Ultimate Edition introduces initial support for Kubernetes via a brand new Kubernetes plugin. The new plugin supports the Kubernetes resource files from v1.5 up to the recently released v1.9. The IntelliJ IDEA enhancements for Kubernetes include: code completion, inspections, quick-fixes for Kubernetes resource files, icons in the gutter for easier navigation,
Salesforce development plugins, part 2 — JetForcer
Today we’re continuing the series of guest posts from the creators of IntelliJ IDEA plugins for Salesforce (or Force.com) developers. The first post covered Illuminated Cloud 2 plugin. Please meet the 2nd blog post by Michael Shumenko, co-founder of JetForcer. Deep dive into Salesforce development with JetForcer Most people have already heard of Salesforce. This company is behind one of t
Salesforce development plugins, part 1 — Illuminated Cloud
Today we're starting a 2-part series of guest posts from the creators of IntelliJ IDEA plugins for Salesforce (or Force.com) developers. The plugins are Illuminated Cloud 2 and JetForcer. Please meet the 1st blog post by Scott Wells, the developer of Illuminated Cloud. And do not miss the second post that covers JetForcer plugin. In late 2010, I started leading our product engineering organi
What does IntelliJ IDEA 2017.3 have in store for Docker support?
In IntelliJ IDEA 2017.3 the Docker integration has had a lot of changes made to it, both big and small. What does this really entail though? Let’s find out! First of all, there are improvements to the Run/Debug Configurations dialog. Now you have the choice of three types of Docker Run Configurations: Docker Image Dockerfile Docker-compose (more…)
IDE Features Trainer: a New Way to Learn Your IDE
The family of education resources for IntelliJ IDEA welcomes a new member! Now, in addition to “What’s new” videos, documentation, blog posts and screencasts, the IDE Features Trainer plugin is available to help you learn the shortcuts for the most used IDE actions. The current version includes 5 modules: Editor Basics, Completion, Refactoring, Code Assistance and Navigation, each consisting of se
JVM Debugger Memory View for IntelliJ IDEA
Every day we try to find new ways to improve developer experience with IntelliJ IDEA. It may be a bugfix, a performance improvement, or a new feature (usually in this order). Today we'd like to introduce a new plugin called JVM Debugger Memory View. The plugin extends the built-in debugger with capabilities to explore objects in the JVM heap during a debug session. The Memory View shows you the