Check out the last part of the tutorial on building plugins for WebStorm and see how to build an advanced integration for Stimulus.
Plugin Developers Appreciation Day
We celebrated our first Plugin Developers Day and congratulated all those involved in building plugins for JetBrains products.
Revamping Plugins #3 – Migrating from DevKit to the Gradle build system
The Revamping Plugins series is about sharing the experience of updating outdated plugins to align with the latest IntelliJ Platform SDK guidelines. We hope this series will help you better understand how this is done and the tools JetBrains provides to simplify the process. The IntelliJ Platform allows creating plugins and themes that extend the base functionalities of IntelliJ-based IDEs in many ways, such as adding language support, enhancing the build system and debugger, or simply changing the user interface. Initially, it was possible to create such plugins using the JetBrains Proj
Learn plugin development concepts and see how to build a simple version of eCSStractor plugin.
Themes in IntelliJ-based IDEs
IntelliJ Light and Darcula are well-known UI themes provided by default within IntelliJ-based IDEs. Some users like to stick with the preselected bright interface, while others prefer the Light-on-dark color scheme. However, many developers like to express their individuality by selecting from a wide variety of themes provided within the Themes category in JetBrains Marketplace. The reason we choose certain themes is different for each of us – old habits, appreciation for pretty things, color vision deficiencies, better for focusing, or any number of other things. JetBrains Marketplace – Th
Learn some basic plugin development concepts and see how to build a plugin without writing any code.
Must-have JetBrains Rider Plugins For ASP.NET Core Developers
According to our most recent developer survey, ASP.NET Core is the most used technology the .NET ecosystem offers, with ASP.NET MVC following up in the third spot. It's not a surprise because the web is a wild and weird place, where we can all explore the limits of what's possible. (more…)
Top 10 Plugins for IntelliJ IDEA You Don’t Want to Miss
Though IntelliJ IDEA is a fully capable IDE, you may want to personalize it. The JetBrains Marketplace has plenty of plugins with useful features that can address your personal or business-specific needs. The library is enormous, and it can be a bit easy to get lost. In this blog post, we’ll share our recent and all-time favorite plugins. We are also curious about what plugins you love, so please share in the comments. And as a quick reminder, you can install all the plugins via Preferences/Settings | Plugins or the Plugins tab on the Welcome screen. Let’s go! Hits Jump to Line
Revamping Plugins #2 – IDEA Feature Suggester
The Revamping Plugins series is about sharing the experience of updating outdated plugins to align with the latest IntelliJ Platform SDK guidelines. We hope this series will help you understand the process of doing this and the tools JetBrains provide to make it easier. Creating plugins for the IDE of your choice is not just about developing killer features to help others in their day-to-day work – gaining attention through marketing is essential, whether you’re distributing it for free or selling it via Marketplace. In Revamping Plugins #1, we discussed the .ignore plugin from the technical
Plugin Ideas – Now Available on JetBrains Marketplace
We’ve brought a brand new feature to JetBrains Marketplace – Plugin Ideas! It’s a place for sharing ideas for plugins and functionality missing from IntelliJ-based IDEs. If you like any of the ideas you can cast your vote on them to help them get the attention of plugin developers and even add your own feedback on what you would like to see. Let’s take a look into the details of how it works! Backstory In 2010, the Plugins Repository introduced a Wishlist section where users could express what features they felt were missing in their IntelliJ-based IDE. We’ve collected hundreds of suggestion
Codota, AI, and Boosting Productivity
Today Dror Weiss, Codota CEO, joins us to talk about the Codota and Tabnine plugins for IntelliJ IDEA and other JetBrains IDEs.
An Interview With Scott McKinney, Author of the Manifold Plugin
Today we are speaking with Scott McKinny of Manifold Systems (email@example.com,) the author of the Manifold plugin for IntelliJ Platform-based IDEs. As a Java compiler plugin, Manifold adds new capabilities directly and seamlessly to the Java language such as type-safe metaprogramming, extension methods, operator overloading, and more. Welcome to the JetBrains Platform Blog, Scott. Before we discuss the plugin, would you tell us a bit about yourself and your background? Most of my programming experience is rooted in tooling. It goes way back to my employment with Borland beginning in 199