At the beginning of each week, we take a step back and take a look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. It has been another busy week in the tech world with the list for JEPs targeted to JDK 11 getting longer, the release of IntelliJ IDEA 2018.2 EAP, the JAXenter survey on frameworks results coming out and much more.
After access was granted via JetBrains’ Early Access Program, the official preview for IntelliJ IDEA 15 has landed: weekly sneak peeks have culminated in a built-in Kotlin M14 plugin, updated database tools and easier debugging of lambda expressions.
Community outrage against the new JetBrains subscription model shows that the IntelliJ IDE creators are not aligning their business with customer needs, says Tom Radcliffe, Director of Engineering at ActiveState, the company behind polyglot IDE Komodo.
“Whether the industry will come to accept this model as a standard, I don’t know,” says JetBrains Developer Advocacy Team Lead Hadi Hariri of the new subscription model. While many rough edges of the new model have been smoothed out, it remains uncertain if the price is right.
JetBrains users have been loudly voicing their disapproval at the new “JetBrains Toolbox” SaaS payment model, announced this week by the makers of the Java IDE IntelliJ IDEA.
Some fresh news in from the gang developing IntelliJ IDEA 15, with the expansion of the handy ‘Locate Duplicates’ feature. The new addition also gives options for a quick fix if needed. Catch cloned code on-the-fly!
Although the development has only recently begun, JetBrains’ Early Access Program has unveiled a preview of the upcoming 15th major release features from its integrated development environment, IntelliJ IDEA.
A look at the biggest trends in Java this week: Performance still a major problem in Java; IntelliJ IDEA 4.0.1 brings new features, while the Eclipse interface lags behind.
Early bird preview now available, with Code Coverage tool and Type Migration refactoring access now to open to Community Edition users.
Andrey Chepstov gives us the full story behind the Java 8 compatible IDE, IntelliJ IDEA.
Company behind IntelliJ tell JAXenter about their experimental new platform thats cleverer than it looks.
Company behind IntelliJ tell JAXenter about their experimental new platform that
With Google’s new Android IDE based on IntelliJ IDEA, we caught up with the JetBrains CTO to get his thoughts on the selection fo their IDE
The latest version of JetBrains popular IDE gets a moodier Darcula interface, support for Play 2.0 and an Android UI designer.