Scala vs Kotlin vs Scala plugin
There are some concerns in Scala community surrounding the introduction of Kotlin.
Besides arisen Scala vs Kotlin battle, there’s a question on whether JetBrains will continue to develop IntelliJ Scala plugin.
To settle the doubts we would like to announce that despite Kotlin’s claim that “Scala is too complex and it’s very hard to make a good tooling support for it” we will continue to do our best to provide an excellent Scala support in IntelliJ IDEA.
We really love Scala, and we hope that both languages are great enough to rule in their own niches.
IntelliJ Scala Plugin 2023.3 Is Out!
Scala 3 As usual, the new release focused much on improving the Scala 3 support. Especially enums received much attention. The Scala plugin now recognizes that enums cannot be extended and highlights such attempts; annotations and modifiers are now propagated correctly to generated symbols; type…
IntelliJScala @ Scala Days 2023 Madrid
On September 12 – 14, the Scala Plugin team was in Madrid for the Scala Days conference. JetBrains was a Gold Sponsor for the event and we are very proud of it. We came to Madrid with a booth, merchandise, and a talk about the IntelliJ Scala Plugin. The Scala Plugin has seen a lot of improvements…
IntelliJ Scala Plugin 2023.2 Is Out!
Better Scala 3 Support IntelliJ IDEA 2023.2 brings enhanced Scala 3 support, with a focus on providing a streamlined development experience. Notable improvements include fixes for Scala 3 enum highlighting, navigation to enum definitions, and the correct resolution of enum cases in various contex…
IntelliJ Scala Plugin 2023.1 Is Out!
Improved support for braceless Scala syntax IntelliJ IDEA can now desugar braceless Scala code properly, and it handles refactorings where the “fewer braces” feature is used. It also supports braceless syntax in worksheets and correctly interprets indentation when you move extensions methods up a…