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JetBrains Announces Public Beta Releases IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 Java IDE

New Version Of Java IDE, Important New Teamware Product Launched Simultaneously Into Wide Public Beta

IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 provides new features and supports new technologies as well as enhancing and extending the IDE's existing features.

 Notable enhancements include:
-- Support for EJB 3.0 and Persistence Units, plus assists for migrating code from earlier EJB specifications
-- Enhanced Java EE support, including JSP improvements, support for JSF, and Struts framework
-- New web development features with support for JavaScript, AJAX, HTML/CSS, XML
-- New GWT Studio plug-in simplifies development of Web applications using the Google Web Toolkit
-- Integration with more application servers, including WebLogic 9 and WebSphere, makes web application deployment and debugging easier
-- Enhanced and extended GUI designer with design time support for Swing and third-party layout managers, tools for fast UI localization, and many other productivity features
-- New team collaboration tool "IDE Talk" lets developers exchange text messages, exceptions, code pointers, and code changes without leaving the IDE
-- Enhanced testing and code analysis tools including code coverage and JUnit 4 integrations, and new code inspections for Java and Java EE

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