IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 Featureset and New TeamCity Product Announced
- Migrations to EJB 3.0
- EJB Persistence Support
- Struts/JSF Support
- Appserver Integration with Weblogic, Websphere, JBoss, Geronimo, and Glassfish
- Google Web Toolkit Studio Plugin
- JGoodies FormLayout Support
- TeamCity Integration
- IDEtalk in IDE Instant Messaging and Code Pointers
- Eclipse Java Compiler Support
Jetbrains also introduced their TeamCity team environment product. TeamCity enhances Java development at the team level the same way that IntelliJ IDEA does at the developer level. Features include a continuous integration server, code statistics and analysis, and a valuable new feature called delayed commit. With delayed commit the team server will first run tests on the changeset a developer commits. If all tests pass the code will be commited to the version control system. If tests fail the developer will be notified and the changeset will not be committed. As a result the development process of the entire team is not disrupted by failing build issues.
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