Services tool window: One place to rule them all
As you are developing your awesome software, you probably need to create a bunch of run/debug configurations, including some for application servers. You also might need several Docker containers to test your code in various environments, maybe a container with a database as your backend, and a console to see what is going on in the database. All of these “entities” serve different purposes and were previously managed via dedicated tool windows. IntelliJ IDEA 2019.2 introduces the Services tool window to combine everything in one place: View | Tool Windows | Services or press Alt + 8 (on Windo
IntelliJ IDEA 2016.3 RC: Frameworks, Application Servers and Clouds
Earlier today we’ve published the first IntelliJ IDEA 2016.3 RC. Now it is a good timing to give you an update on what’s been improved in this release with regard to supported frameworks, application servers and clouds. Spring Performance. Better performance of handling large projects with numerous beans, regardless of the way they’re configured–via XML descriptors or annotations. Meta annotations. Annotations based on @Autowired and @RequestMapping (including user-based and the built-in annotations such as @GetMapping and @PostMapping) are now supported and correctly resolved. Prop
30 Days with IntelliJ IDEA. Application Servers
Last year was so busy with conferences and the major release of v13 that at some point we stopped publishing new articles from the 30 Day Guide. But we're back on track now! The new year always means new tips and tricks for your favorite IDE. The good news is that the new article is already awaiting for you, this time on how to work with application servers. (more…)
Spring tc Server Support in IDEA
If you are developing an application for Spring tc Server, you may be interested in tc Server Support plugin for IntelliJ IDEA. (more…)
Setup application server in ‘New Project’ wizard
IntelliJ IDEA 10 includes an option to setup an application server right in the New Project Wizard. You only need to specify a directory where the server is installed: IntelliJ IDEA will create a sample application, setup it accordingly for the selected server and will add a corresponding Run Configuration. Once project is created you can just click Run button to start the server.
Update a Running JavaEE Application
Next Maia EAP build includes new action that lets you quickly update a running JavaEE application after you changed its code. To invoke it, either press Ctrl+F10, or click this button on the Run tool window bar: IntelliJ IDEA will allow you to select what to update in application: Settings are saved in a current Run Configuration, so you can change them later even if you select Don't ask again option.