As a developer, it’s not often that you run across software that instantly changes the way you work, but last night I found a new and as of yet relatively unknown package that for me did just that.
Enter Wallaby.js, the little Atom package (plugins available for IntelliJ & Visual Studio at a fairly steep price) that promises to provide live testing and code coverage in your editor as you type. The video on their site looks pretty impressive, but given the *cough*hideous*cough* look of their site, the fact that it’s in beta, has a whopping 200 downloads, and knowing first-hand how complicated implementing something like can be — let’s just say I was a bit skeptical at first. After I did install it the lack of decent documentation on how to get it to work and the random errors after I doexactly what it told me to don’t exactly instill confidence! But skip past all that and here we are:
via Android Studio Tips and Tricks | Android Developers.
If you’re unfamiliar with using Android Studio and the IntelliJ IDEA interface, this page provides some tips to help you get started with some of the most common tasks and productivity enhancements.
via IntelliJ Platform SDK.
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Here you can find basic information about the IntelliJ Platform SDK, in particular how to get started with developing plugins for IntelliJ IDEA and other JetBrains IDEs.
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via Android Studio Live Templates | Big Nerd Ranch.
Code completion can improve your productivity by reducing how much you have to type, but there are situations when a more powerful tool is needed. Thanks to Android Studio and IntelliJ, live templates make it much easier to focus on just the things you care about.
via Android Studio 1.2 Available – Android Tools Project Site.
Android Studio 1.2 is now available in the stable update channel!
Version 1.2 updates Android Studio to be based on IntelliJ 14.1.1. Relative to Android Studio 1.1, this means the IDE picks up all the new features from IntelliJ 14 and 14.1, such as
- a new debugger which shows variable values inline in the editor, can decompile libraries you don’t have source code for, and can generate a list of objects referring to a selected object
- distraction free mode
- simultaneous tag editing (where you can edit open and closing tags simultaneously)
- editor enhancements like multiple selections, smart backspace indent, and automatic indentation detection for the current file
- new and improved refactoring operations
- annotation inference, scratch files, improved Gradle support, improved diff view, high-density monitor support, and many more features
- See https://www.jetbrains.com/idea/whatsnew/ for more details.
via WildFly 9 on NetBeans, Eclipse, IntelliJ, OpenShift, and Maven (Tech Tip #86) – Miles to go 2.0 ….
WildFly 9 CR1 was recently released. Lots of cool features are included:
And this is above the usual Java EE 7 compliance!
This blog is a quick check to verify that it works in all three major IDEs and OpenShift.