Qodana code quality monitoring platform integrates with IntelliJ IDE and supports Java and Kotlin, with JVM and non-JVM also in the works.
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Design goals for the new version were to make it simpler, more performant, easier to learn, and more uniform and interoperable with other .NET languages.
Browser-based code editor does have limitations, company warns, but the coding experience is nearly identical to the desktop for web languages.
Red Hat OpenStack Platform 16.2 allows OpenStack and OpenShift users to run VM-based and container-based workloads side by side.
New ‘Split in Group’ command allows Visual Studio Code users to work in two editors side by side, vertically or horizontally, on the same file.
Redmond has made a version 17.0 release candidate and Preview 5 of the newly 64-bit IDE available with a go-live licence for production use.
Python rises above C and Java to take the top position in the index of programming language popularity for the first time.
OSS Port community site taps CodeSee Maps for visual walkthroughs of open source codebases, aiming to ease the onboarding process.
GitHub’s Enterprise Managed Users service allow enterprises to manage GitHub team memberships and user access through their identity provider.
Microsoft unveils guidance and tools for adapting applications for dual-screen, foldable, and large-screen devices, especially the Surface Duo 2.
Electron 15.0.0 also marks a faster release schedule for the project, with a new stable release now due every eight weeks.
Swift 5.5 -- the latest version of Apple-developed language -- has been published with capabilities centred on concurrency and package collections.
Search and IntelliSense performance, hot reload, and debugging get attention in the planned 64-bit upgrade to Microsoft’s flagship IDE.
Developer survey by the open source foundation finds nearly half of respondents will migrate to Jakarta within two years.