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Nataliya Muriy
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2017 is over, but our commitment to improving our products continues, as we bring to you our 2017 CI 11 release. It comes with key fixes and improvements in the TypeScript space, as well as the new two-way theme sharing in DevStyle, among others.

NOTE: This release does not include MyEclipse, which will be released shortly.

Angular & TypeScript

Additional fixes for TypeScript imports – both in the quick fix and content assist area will make coding in TypeScript more efficient.

We never pass-up the opportunity to remind you about the Open TypeScript Symbol dialog (Ctrl + Shift + T) – if you haven’t tried it yet, now’s a good time!

Looks do matter, sometimes… so we’re bringing you our newly revamped Angular IDE dashboard – a definite beauty in the eye of any coder – that will help you stay more focused on your tasks.

DevStyle

The sky’s the limit when it comes to sprucing up your IDE space! Not only can you indulge yourself in an endless array of colors but you can also share the good stuff with others (and get their themes too) very easily with our new handy styling shortcode. There is also great news for IntelliJ converts – the ever popular IntelliJ IDEA Dark editor theme is now available in DevStyle too.

As always, our goal is to make your coding experience better and better each time, no matter which of our products you are using. To see all of the fixes, please consult our Delivery Log for Darkest Dark, Angular IDE and Webclipse. Happy coding!


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Posted on Feb 13th 2018