Live Webinar: Building Extensions for Rider and ReSharper
In the 5th episode of the Busy Plugin Developers series, Matthias Koch, a Developer Advocate for .NET, will share how to extend the core functionality of JetBrains .NET IDEs with plugins.
Webinar Recording: Extending IntelliJ-Based IDEs at Runtime
The fourth episode of the Busy Plugin Developers series is available on JetBrains TV. In this webinar, our guest speaker Dmitry Kandalov demonstrates how to add IDE features at runtime with the help of LivePlugin. If you prefer reading over watching, here’s a quick summary. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgGg-IwUQYM Extendending IDEs without implementing a plugin In some cases, if you need IDE functionality that is specific to your project domain, conventions, or practices, you don’t necessarily need to go through all of the steps of building and releasing a “full” plugin. There a
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.
Learn plugin development concepts and see how to build a simple version of eCSStractor plugin.
Live Webinar: Building Themes for IntelliJ-based IDEs
Join us for a live webinar on November 22 at 17:00 CET / 16:00 UTC / 11:00 EST. We will air a new episode of the Busy Plugin Developers series that will mainly focus on customizing JetBrains IDEs by building theme plugins. We will be covering: Ways to customize your IDE interface with a theme pluginThe steps required to create a themeThe tools used to create IDE themesThe process of publishing a theme plugin to JetBrains Marketplace Additionally, we will share information about the latest Marketplace updates and discuss the changes we’ve introduced to improve the plugin vendor exp
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
Live Webinar: Busy Plugin Developers. Episode 2
Join our webinar on Monday, September 27, at 17:00 CEST / 15:00 UTC / 11:00 EST to learn about building plugins and publishing them on JetBrains Marketplace. In this new episode of the Busy Plugin Developers series, we’ll talk about the two important things any developer should do before uploading their plugin to Marketplace: Prepare high-quality content for the plugin page. Test the plugin to make sure it doesn't include any errors. We will be covering: In the first part of the session, we will share some tips on how to improve your Marketplace listing to attract more users.
Learn some basic plugin development concepts and see how to build a plugin without writing any code.
An Interview with Jakub Chrzanowski, .ignore Plugin Author
In this interview, we speak with Jakub Chrzanowski (@hsz @hszanowski), the author of the .ignore plugin for the IntelliJ-based IDEs. This plugin lets you mark matched .ignore files in project view, assists with editing them, and helps you generate ignore rules using templates. Welcome, Jakub! Before we get started, could you please tell us a bit about yourself and your background? I started my development journey in primary school with Pascal. I had strong support from my teacher and his code listings from a dot-matrix printer. That was a very exciting beginning for a young fellow and someti
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 organization in the transition from a traditional on-premise Enterprise-style software model to a modern SaaS-based model. After a short evaluation of existing PaaS, SaaS, and IaaS offerings, we determined that