|Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ|
|Written by Nikos Vaggalis|
|Thursday, 12 May 2022|
The Azure Toolkit is a plugin for IntelliJ that provides templates and functionality with which you easily create, develop, test, and deploy Azure applications. The newest version 3.64.0 was recently released.
The plugin is part of Microsoft's Azure Toolkits for Java which also includes Azure Toolkit for Eclipse. The plugin is compatible with all version of IntelliJ (Ultimate, Community, Educational) and powers up the IDE with the following functionality:
The new release brings the following improvements:
Pin Favorite Resources in Azure Explorer
Integration with Azure Storage Explorer
The latest update also bears improvements on performance as well. With that release Microsoft also inaugurated a new blog series dedicated to the toolkit available at Microsoft's DevBlogs. In there you'll find details of the changes in new releases as well as the future roadmap. Also there's a good tutorial at the main documentation site,"Create a Hello World web app for Azure App Service using IntelliJ", to get you started.
Java is starting to play a primary role in Microsoft's endeavors. Microsoft OpenJDK, support for Spring, releasing tutorials are some of its actions. Check the Related Articles for more details.
All this makes you ponder, as with embracing open source and looking at things from an new perspective, is the focus shifting away from the .NET languages?
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|Last Updated ( Thursday, 12 May 2022 )|