JetBrains Builds on Their Collaboration with Google to Build a New IntelliJ IDEA
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JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA 13 just released and features several improvements for supporting the Java Spring framework. Originally released back in 2001 IntelliJ IDEA is one of a number of popular IDEs used for writing Java applications, alongside Oracle's NetBeans and JDeveloper as well as the open-source Eclipse. Google originally adopted the open-source IntelliJ as the base platform for its own Android Studio. JetBrains has embedded much of the developments that Google performed for Android Studio back into the IntelliJ IDEA itself. Read the full details here.