Smarter Code Completion for Scala
Following the release of IntelliJ IDEA 12.1 the Scala plugin has been updated as well bringing to you a bunch of enhancements.
You might already know that IntelliJ IDEA provides a fantastic set of code completion features for Java, including instant completion, type-aware completion, chain completion, etc. You can find the full list in Top 20 Features of Code Completion in IntelliJ IDEA article. Almost everything mentioned in the article now is available for Scala developers.
Check out the new statement code completion for Scala:
We hope with this new feature you become even more productive and get more pleasure from development.
Develop with Pleasure!
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