IntelliJ IDEA 10 Is Released
IntelliJ IDEA was just released. JetBrains Marketing and PR Assistant Eugenia Dubova described the new release as focusing on enhancing IntelliJ IDEA's "depth and usability" (while previous versions focussed on expanding the product feature set). In an email messsage, Eugenia provided the following overview of the new release:
IntelliJ IDEA 10 brings many improvements for already supported technologies and frameworks including Spring, GWT, Groovy/Grails, and Flex/ActionScript, while adding new ones like Spring Roo, AspectJ and ColdFusion.
The IDE now offers comprehensive support for the latest Google Android SDK and modern Android development practices such as unit testing. Moreover, Android support is now also available in the free Community Edition.
In a press release, IntelliJ IDEA project lead Max Shafirov describes the decision-making process and course of action that led to Version 10:
During the last few years we've seen a boom of new cool technologies that every developer wanted to use. And IntelliJ IDEA has been on the cutting-edge, supporting them all. Last year the industry settled down somewhat on a stack of technologies used for application development, and we took this chance to review IntelliJ IDEA from the user experience perspective. We revisited the most common actions that developers perform dozens or hundreds of times a day and made them smarter, faster and easier to use.
Visit the IntelliJ IDEA 10 site for more information.
Arun Gupta presents his Java One 2010 Brazil Day 2 Trip Report - Pics & Slides:
JavaOne Latin America 2010 (Day 1 and 0) started in an exciting way where I found a nice multi-instance cluster installation of GlassFish. More on that later but enjoyed meeting colleagues from different groups within Oracle. I gave a presentation on "Whats New in Enterprise Java Beans 3.1" and the slides are available...
The HudsonMobi blog presents Hudson Widget and “3-taps-2-monitor” easy configuration tool:
Hudson Mobi introduces a new simplified configuration tool; 3 simple steps 2 to monitor your Hudson Jobs directly from your Android Widget: 1. Tap on Hudson Widget icon on your Android screen; 2. Insert the Hudson URL you want to monitor (exactly the one you are using on your Web Browser); 3. Select your jobs to monitor … and there you go ! ...
Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart speculates about What’s Next After the JCP Vote?
The JCP has posted the results of the inception vote on the JSR Quartet. The vote was roughly as expected: * Coin and Lambda passed with 13 YES, 1 NO and 1 ABSTAIN. The NO is ASF, the ABSTAIN is Tim Peierls; * Java SE 7 and Java SE 8 passed with 12 YES, and 2 NO. The NOs are ASF and Tim Peierls...
Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine announces GlassFish, JavaEE and friends swimming to JavaOne China:
While a good number of my Oracle Java evangelist colleagues are in Sao Paulo for JavaOne, I'm busy preparing for JavaOne China which is starting early next week. This event will have the traditional JavaOne Keynote, Technical Mobile, JavaSE and JavaEE keynotes and a long list of technical sessions. The registration numbers look *very* good...
Our latest java.net Spotlight is Janice J. Heiss's interview with Java Champion Matjaz B. Juric on Cloud Computing, SOA, and Java EE 6:
Matjaz B. Juric is head of the Cloud Computing and SOA Competence Centre at the University of Maribor in Slovenia. He is also a professor at the University of Ljubljana... Juric has been involved in several large-scale Java, SOA, and Cloud projects. In cooperation with the IBM Java Technology Centre, he worked on performance analysis and optimization of RMI-IIOP...
We're also continuing to feature NetBeans Podcast #53, which features Geertjan Wielenga, Tinu Awopetu, Petr Suchomel, Jarda Tulach, Adam Bien, and Jeffrey Rubinoff:
NetBeans Community News with Geertjan and Tinu: It's a packed podcast! NetBeans IDE 7.0 Beta released with language support for JDK7, and a host of other features. NetBeans team on the road (and on planes): at Devoxx, JavaOne Brazil and JavaOne China...
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