Space Product Updates in April 2022
Discover the April 2022 updates for JetBrains Space – multi-line comments in code reviews, suggested edits in merge requests, revamped Documents, and more!
Space Product Updates in February 2022
Discover the February 2022 updates for JetBrains Space – issue updates, support for remote repositories and Composer packages, Vault secrets in Automation, and more.
Space Product Updates in January 2022
Discover the January 2022 updates for JetBrains Space – support for more IDEs in dev environments, faster build times in Automation, Python package support, and more.
Clean up your Space Packages repositories with retention policies
To help you reduce the size of your repository, Space packages now can auto-delete old or unneeded packages using Package retention policies.
How We Use Space to Develop Content for the JetBrains Guide
In this blog post, you'll see how the developer advocacy team at JetBrains adopted Space to make developing content in the JetBrains Guide easier.
Understanding Visibility in Space: Project, Git Repository, Channel, and Package Repository
Wondering who can see the data in your Space projects, Git repositories, channels, or package repositories? Read this post to learn about how visibility works in Space.
Space Packages. Get Started with npm Registry
Once again, we're extending the list of repository types supported by Space Packages. Now it's time for npm registries! Let's take a look at the basics: how you can create an npm registry, and how you can publish and get npm packages – all this right inside your Space instance.
Space Packages Update. Project Repositories
Space Packages are receiving a number of important updates. If you're a Packages user, please read this blog post carefully. Until recently, Space Packages was an organization-wide (top-level) module, which led to some inconveniences: The Packages page showed you all repositories at once. It was not possible to filter for repositories related to a certain project. Organization-wide Packages didn't support permissions, so all users had access to all organization-wide repositories. In light of these shortcomings, we decided to: Make Packages a project-wide module with permissions sup
Space Packages. Get Started with NuGet feeds
Space Packages continue evolving! In addition to creating Maven repositories and container registries, now you can create your own NuGet feeds. If you're interested, let's take a closer look. (more…)
Space Packages. Get Started with Container Registry
Let's continue our series of blog posts dedicated to Space Packages. The previous post was about working with Maven repositories. In this one, let's play with container registries! What are they for? The most obvious example is a Docker registry, but in addition to Docker images, container registries support OCI images and Helm charts. The structure of the post will be quite the same: we'll show you how to create a container registry in Space, get authenticated in it, and push Docker images. (more…)
Space Packages. Get Started with Maven Repository
In one of our previous blog posts, we've made an introduction to Space Packages. Now, it's time to try them in action! Let's start with Maven repositories: we'll take a look at how to create a Maven repo, log into it, and then publish the artifacts of a Gradle or Maven project. Create a repository The steps needed to do this are pretty obvious, but let’s cover them just to be sure. Open the Packages page in Space. To create a repo, click New repository and then specify its type (Maven Repository in our case), name, and description. After you create the repository, its URL will b
Introducing Space Packages
We're delighted to introduce Space Packages! In this post we'd like to share with you the existing features, as well as the planned features we have in store for this Space module. First of all, what is Packages? Packages is a package repository manager. If you've ever heard of Maven Central, Docker Hub, or NuGet.org, then you'll easily get the idea. In a nutshell, like these products, it lets you create your own repositories and use them to publish and share packages of various types, such as Docker/OCI images, .jar and .pom files, and others, all inside your Space instance! While this is s