JetBrains 2022.1 versions have been released
Blog|by Leanne Bevan|25 April 2022
JetBrains has released the 2022.1 versions of their IDEs and .NET tools.
The blog includes the highlights of what’s new in each of the products. Learn how you can take advantage of the awesome new features.
IntelliJ IDEA 2022.1 introduces the Dependency Analyzer to facilitate dependency management and conflict resolution, an updated New Project wizard to streamline launching new projects, and the Notifications tool window, which offers a convenient new way to receive and store notifications from the IDE. Version 2022.1 also includes many other enhancements and additions aimed at improving developers’ experience with the IDE.
WebStorm 2022.1 comes with better Next.js support, Volta integration, improvements for Docker, ESM support for web pack configurations, the ability to run commands from Markdown files, and more.
PyCharm 2022.1 introduces the long-awaited basic HTTP authentication support for custom package repositories, improved TypedDict support that includes code completion and warnings, and the new Services UI for Docker.
RubyMine 2022.1 comes with support for new Ruby 3.1 and RBS language features, new inspections and quick fixes, improvements to the UX, code editor, tests, Docker support, VCS integration, and more.
DataGrip 2022.1 comes with a variety of new features and improvements, such as the ability to copy multiple objects, new logic for cancelling statements and stopping connections, the ability to edit results in MongoDB, session templates for introspection, and more.
PhpStorm 2022.1 brings support for multiline and nested array shapes, the in-place Extract Method refactoring and enhanced support for Blade templates and WordPress, as well as many improvements to the overall UX.
GoLand 2022.1 offers support for generics and also introduces basic support for Go workspaces. Apart from that, we’ve added several new features for working with microservices.
CLion 2022.1 is focused on quality improvements. It enhances existing workflows for remote development, Docker, CMake projects, and CUDA debugging. This release also addresses annoying and frustrating bugs in code completion, inlay hints, and other subsystems.
DataSpell 2022.1 introduces the ability to use JupyterHub 2.0 and to copy files to and from a remote Jupyter server. This version makes it easier to keep your notebook structure clear, with cell outputs copy-pasted along with cell sources. The integrated Jupyter runtime completion adds a bunch of useful completion suggestions, for instance, for dynamic class attributes.
.NET tools updates
ReSharper and Rider’s 2022.1 updates bring improvements for language support, specifically for C#10 and global usings, Blazor and Razor development, as well as nullable reference types.
Rider 2022.1 comes with a Beta version of the long-awaited remote development workflow and full Unreal Engine support, which converts Rider into a full-fledged IDE for game development. ReSharper C++ 2022.1 brings support for the Unreal Engine testing framework, the overhauled version of Catch2, and the latest releases of GoogleTest and doctest unit test frameworks.
The command-line tools for ReSharper, dotTrace, dotMemory, and dotCover now support Alpine versions 3.13–3.15.
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