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IntelliJ IDEA 12 dévoile le côté obscur de la programmation productive

PRAGUE, December 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

JetBrains présente sa mise à jour annuelle d'IntelliJ IDEA avec un compilateur considérablement plus rapide, la prise en charge de Java 8, un concepteur d'interface graphique pour le développement Android et une nouvelle apparence sombre et élégante

JetBrains, le créateur d'outils intelligents d'amélioration de la productivité pour les développeurs de logiciels, a annoncé la mise à disposition du public d'IntelliJ IDEA 12, une mise à jour annuelle régulière de son IDE Java primé pour le développement web, entreprise et mobile.

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Cette dernière version comporte un tout nouveau compilateur, beaucoup plus rapide, pour une expérience utilisateur améliorée. « Nous avons reconstruit le compilateur à partir de zéro et l'avons déplacé vers un processus distinct. », indique Maxim Mossienko, chef de projet IntelliJ IDEA. « Il est maintenant possible de compiler automatiquement en arrière-plan à chaque changement que vous effectuez. Vous pouvez donc l'exécuter presque instantanément à tout moment. »

Comme d'habitude, IntelliJ IDEA reste à la pointe des technologies d'avant-garde afin de fournir aux développeurs une prise en charge appropriée. Elle incorpore les dernières versions de Java, y compris ses aperçus et ses nouvelles fonctions, que tous les développeurs attendent d'essayer avec impatience. Avec IntelliJ IDEA 12, il est possible de vraiment profiter du JDK 8 avec une assistance à la programmation pour la nouvelle syntaxe comme les expressions lambda, les références de méthode et les méthodes par défaut.

Entre autres technologies, IntelliJ IDEA étend sa prise en charge d'Android (la plate-forme mobile à la plus forte croissance à ce jour) avec un concepteur d'interface utilisateur Android intelligent et très soigné, implémenté dans la plus pure tradition de JetBrains. Sa gamme étendue de refactorisations dédiées et uniques, son assistance à la programmation et ses fonctions d'analyse font d'IntelliJ IDEA un choix d'IDE idéal pour le développement mobile. Il est également disponible gratuitement grâce à la version Community Edition.

En ce qui concerne maintenant le « côté obscur » : IntelliJ IDEA 12 vous arrive avec une interface utilisateur repensée, ainsi qu'une nouvelle apparence sombre et élégante appelée Darcula. « Notre objectif était de rendre l'interface plus claire et plus fonctionnelle. Ce thème sombre réduit les distractions et permet de se concentrer davantage sur le code et moins sur l'IDE. », explique Konstantin Bulenkov, développeur senior pour IntelliJ IDEA et auteur de Darcula.

Parmi les autres fonctions majeures introduites dans IntelliJ IDEA 12, on trouve :

  • une prise en charge considérablement améliorée pour Spring Frameworks, comprenant entre autres Integration, Web Flow, MVC, Security et Batch
  • la prise en charge de Play 2.0 pour Scala et Java
  • des outils de gestion améliorée pour les serveurs d'application J2EE, avec une prise en charge des plates-formes Cloud Foundry et CloudBees
  • des outils puissants de gestion de base de données
  • la prise en charge de Drools Expert avec une assistance à la programmation avancée
  • un mode d'édition en direct pour HTML, CSS et JavaScript

Pour en savoir plus sur les nouveautés de JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA 12 et pour télécharger la version de votre choix, veuillez visiter le site officiel d'IntelliJ IDEA à l'adresse http://www.jetbrains.com/idea.

Pour obtenir des informations sur la nouvelle tarification et les options de licence d'IntelliJ IDEA, veuillez vous rendre sur http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/buy.

 

À propos de JetBrains

JetBrains est un éditeur de logiciels de premier plan, spécialisé dans le développement de logiciels intelligents améliorant la productivité. L'entreprise est bien connue, entre autres, pour IntelliJ(R) IDEA, son environnement primé de développement intégré Java(TM) (plus d'informations sur http://www.jetbrains.com/idea), TeamCity, un environnement de gestion de builds et d'intégration en continu (http://www.jetbrains.com/teamcity) et ReSharper, un outil de productivité pour les développeurs .NET (http://www.jetbrains.com/resharper). JetBrains a son siège à Prague, en République tchèque, et des laboratoires de recherche et développement à Saint-Pétersbourg en Russie, à Munich en Allemagne et à Boston (Massachussetts) aux États-Unis. Rendez-vous sur http://www.jetbrains.com pour plus d'informations.

Remarque à l'intention des rédacteurs : JetBrains, IntelliJ, IntelliJ IDEA, TeamCity et ReSharper sont des marques commerciales ou marques déposées de JetBrains, s.r.o. Toutes les autres marques appartiennent à leur propriétaire respectif.

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