As you remember last week, on November 29 we organized a webinar «Live Coding a Plugin From Scratch» with Dmitry Jemerov, the CTO of JetBrains. In this webinar Dmitry was building an IntelliJ IDEA plugin and discussing the ins and outs of the plugin development.
You can grab the demo code from the GitHub repository.
We invite you to join our November 29th webinar where we will build an IntelliJ IDEA plugin from scratch and discuss the ins and outs of plugin development with JetBrains CTO, Dmitry Jemerov.
This free webinar will take place Thursday, November 29th from 19:00 – 20:00 CET (Central European Time). Space is limited, so please register now.
In a recent blog post we shared some tips and highlighted 200+ open source plugins to serve as examples when getting started with developing plugins. This is a good primer to prepare for the webinar but is not required.
As you remember last week we organized a webinar Writing Plugins for IntelliJ IDEA with John Lindquist and Mihai Toader. This was the first of an ongoing series where we reach out to our community of expert plugin developers and ask them to share their experiences writing plugins for IntelliJ IDEA.
The great news, is that the next plugin webinar will take place Thursday, November 29th where we will build a plugin from the scratch with JetBrains CTO, Dmitry Jemerov. Further details and registration will be announced soon, so stay tuned.
So far please enjoy the recording of the first part and don’t forget to subscribe to the official channel of IntelliJ IDEA on YouTube.
We will publish more details on the feedback, we have received from you about plugin development, tomorrow.
In the meanwhile stay tuned and, develop with Pleasure!
Great news for all IntelliJ IDEA plugin developers!
Join John Lindquist and author of the Go Lang plugin, Mihai Toader in the first of an ongoing series where we reach out to our community of expert plugin developers and ask them to share their experiences writing plugins for IntelliJ IDEA.
This free webinar will take place Thursday, October 18th at 15:00 EDT (Eastern Daylight Time). Space is limited, so please register today.
We look forward to seeing you there and welcome your suggestions for upcoming series.
Born, raised and educated in Romania, Mihai has been an IntelliJ IDEA user for the last ten years and is the developer behind the Go Lang plugin. Two years ago while working at an Amazon subsidiary, he set out to create and intelligent IDE for golang.org and since that time, his Google Go IDE project (go-ide.com) has amassed a growing audience of users, fans and teammates.