Tag Archives: Groovy
When you look at a typical Groovy stack trace, you usually see something like this: This is not terribly helpful, since there are only three lines from the actual source code. Everything else refers to Groovy’s internals. From now on, … Continue reading
With the latest Maia EAP Groovy language support is improved with several new GStrings intention actions. Now you can convert string concatenations to GStrings… …and back simply by pressing Alt+Enter, Enter. Also, IntelliJ IDEA is now aware of that braces … Continue reading
The next Maia EAP brings you massive changes in Groovy, Grails, Griffon, Gant & Gradle support, mostly affecting framework configuration. First, Grails/Griffon application options are available when you create a project or a module: You may also choose to import … Continue reading
The latest Maia EAP features lightweight support for Gradle build framework. You can add Gradle library to a Groovy facet: You can also run Gradle scripts via Ctrl+Shift+F10 in a script file:
As most of you would know, IntelliJ IDEA includes intelligent Groovy support. We have created two live demos that demonstrate how you can effectively use IntelliJ IDEA to build your Groovy applications: Transparent Groovy Assistance and Groovy Specific Support.
The next Maia EAP brings you basic Griffon support, similar to Grails integration. You’ll be able to add Griffon library to Groovy facet: IntelliJ IDEA will then create a Griffon application or plugin directory structure and take all the steps necessary … Continue reading
Groovy language support becomes a little bit better in Maia with the support for named parameters completion. Maia is now capable of displaying all named parameters ever used in method bodies.
The upcoming IntelliJ IDEA version 8.1.1, currently available as Release Candidate 1 from EAP will feature a lot of small and useful improvements to its built-in Struts 2 support. Among the others, you will find a better New Project wizard, … Continue reading
We’re happy to tell you that Groovy team has just released the version 1.1 beta, taking this dynamic language to a new level with full support for annotations and several other new features which details you can find here Especially … Continue reading