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ООО «Коум» ОГРН 1147847172362, ИНН 7802860349 КПП 780101001, ОКПО 50007007, ОКВЭД 47.59 Год основания: 2014 Среднесписочная численность работников: 01.01.2020 – 5 человек Генеральный директор Павленко Андрей Александрович

Виды деятельности (ОКВЭД)

Основной вид деятельности: 47.59 торговля розничная мебелью, осветительными приборами и прочими бытовыми изделиями в специализированных магазинах

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Version control

Git stage support

You can now stage changes directly from your IDE. To enable this feature, go to
Settings / Preferences | Version Control | Git and tick the Enable staging
area checkbox. Click
the + icon to add your files to the new Staged node in the Commit view. You
can also stage
changes right from the gutter or in the Diff view. To learn more, read our blog post.

Rearranged VCS menu

The VCS menu is now named according to the version control system that you are
currently using. We’ve made the menu more concise, removing all but the most useful actions for
versioning your project. If your project only uses Git, your VCS menu will look like on the
image above.

Frameworks and technologies

Reworked Endpoints tool window Ultimate

In this release, we’ve significantly improved the Endpoints
window which shows both client and server APIs for HTTP and WebSocket protocols.
It features a more
convenient display of endpoints grouped by module with an option to make the list more
compact. You can use comprehensive search with filters, multiple search parameters, and
completion. You can read documentation for each endpoint in a new tab. If endpoints have
associated URLs, you can see an Open API representation of them and access an ad hoc HTTP

cURL conversion Ultimate

You can now export an HTTP request to cURL by pressing Alt+Enter in the HTTP request
and selecting the Convert to cURL and copy to clipboard option.

Better URL completion Ultimate

URL completion is now more informative, with framework icons, HTTP methods, and source
of the classes or files in which you declared the endpoint. Deprecated URLs are displayed
with strikethrough formatting.

URL Inlay Hints Ultimate

We’ve added fast access to some key actions for URLs. Click the globe icon next to the URL to
access them. These actions are currently available for the Spring MVC, WebFlux, Feign
Client, JAX-RS, Micronaut, and Retrofit frameworks.

Spring updates Ultimate

We now support code insight for Spring MVC Functional Routing, RestOperations, Spring
WebTestClient, and Spring Reactive WebClient. We also display endpoints declared with them.
We’ve added code completion and navigation for Kotlin Spring Security projects.

HTTP request conversion Ultimate

If you still use HTTP requests in the old HTTP client format, you can easily convert them by
clicking Convert request to the new format at the top of an open request. Other
ways to do
it are via the context menu in the Project view or from the HTTP request editor.

Swagger updates Ultimate

We’ve significantly improved code insight in various cases, including when you want to
reference external definitions with the keyword. As another important
update, we’ve
added Swagger Hub support for you to get both public and private specifications from Swagger
Hub and open them in the Endpoints tool window. Another nice feature is that the Swagger UI
now syncs with the Darcula theme.

Quarkus and Micronaut run configurations Ultimate

Your new Quarkus and Micronaut projects have automatically created run configurations, which
means that you
can run and debug your application right away. If you decide to change the Quarkus settings
in Edit
Configurations, the Environment section will feature only the settings
applicable to Gradle
or Maven, depending on which of these you are using to build your project.


Parallel Compilation

The Scala Compile Server now compiles independent modules in parallel. We’ve adjusted the
default VM options to support up to 4 compilation threads by default, which can speed up
compilation a great deal.

If your machine has lots of CPU cores and a lot of RAM, feel free to tweak the default
values to improve compilation times even further.

Compilation charts

To increase the efficiency of parallel compilation, you may want to optimize the structure of
your project modules and the VM options of the Compile Server. We’ve added Compilation
Charts to help you with this. Now you can tell at a glance when there is potential for
optimization. For example, a chart can help you identify modules that are acting as
bottlenecks, opportunities to increase the number of threads, and cases when the maximum
heap size needs to be tweaked.

With faster compilation and dynamic charts to hold your attention, the “Compiling” comic is now a thing of the past.

Enhanced Package Prefixes

The Scala plugin can now combine IntelliJ IDEA’s package prefixes with Scala’s chained
package clauses and relative imports. Although each of these features is
rather obscure,
instead of exponentially increasing the level of obscurity, this combination provides an
intuitive and internally consistent system (more

You no longer have to put up with chains of empty directories or repeat the same package
prefix over and over again. You can keep both your directories and packages neat and tidy.

MUnit Support

The Scala plugin already supports JUnit, ScalaTest, uTest, and Specs2.

It’s about time we added another entry to this list. Support for MUnit is now available with
all the usual advantages.


There are other useful updates you can use in your daily routine:

  • The upcoming Maven 3.7.0 will feature new
    POMs with a simplified
    structure. IntelliJ
    IDEA 2020.3 already includes support for them.
  • The Lombok plugin is now
  • IntelliJ IDEA can download shared indexes for popular Maven libraries directly from
    JetBrains’ servers. If you develop plugins with an IntelliJ Platform SDK, shared indexes
    will be downloaded automatically.
  • We’ve updated the UI to look good in the macOS Big Sur.
  • A new keymap fully compatible with macOS system shortcuts is available in
    Preferences/Settings | Keymap.
  • We now use Git format by default for creating patches.


Interactive hints

When your application is running in debug mode, you can click on variables to get
inline hints that contain related fields that you can change the values of. Click Create
Renderer inside this new inline hint to open a dialog where you will be able to
configure the
display of inline values in all debugger views.

Inline watches

We’ve added a new type of watch expressions which will be associated with a particular
context and shown right inside the editor. To create these new watch expressions, you can
click Add as Inline Watch in the inline hint popup, select Add Inline
Watch from the context
menu, or right-click on a variable in the editor. You can manage your inline watches in a
new Inline Watches node in the Variables tab of the Debug tool

Basic memory profiling in Java debugger

Basic profiling options are now available while the debugger is running. Invoke the new
profiling features from the context menu of the Debug tool window. The first is
referring objects, which finds the shortest path from an object to the GC roots.
The second
is Calculate retained size, which calculates the retained size of an object and
shows you
its retained set.

Общая информация

О компании

Фабрика мебели THE IDEA производит по-настоящему интересные предметы домашнего интерьера, которые радуют их обладателей каждый день. Слоган “ЯРКАЯ.СТИЛЬНАЯ.ТВОЯ. IDEA” воплощает философию бренда, в основе которой – возможность выразить свою уникальность, характер и стиль жизни через оригинальные и функциональные предметы быта, обладающие высоким стандартом качества и доступной ценой.

Следуя личному желанию и известному высказыванию одной из икон промышленного дизайна ХХ века Элин Грей (Eileen Gray): “Вещи должны не только выглядеть хорошо, они также должны давать правильные ощущения” (”Things must not only look right, they must also feel right”), – в 2014 году The IDEA начала производить мебель, наполненную позитивными эмоциями и любовью к собственным творениям.

Вся мебель проектируется и выпускается в Санкт-Петербурге, причем это не прототипы, не единичные образцы, а кастомизируемые коллекции серийного производства. Как мы это сделали? Все просто! Безудержная фантазия, профессиональная команда и тысячи часов работы.

Мы оригинальные

Мы сами проектируем и производим всю представленную мебель. Каждая модель доступна в 31 базовом цвете и 7 видах отделки. На определенные модели можно нанести индивидуальный принт.

Нравится ли вам наша мебель?

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Нажмите кнопку “Мне нравится”, если качество нашей продукции вас полностью устроило. Нажмите кнопку “Не нравится”, если вы по каким-либо причинам вы остались не довольны нашей продукцией.

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Мы экологичные

Мы используем только качественные материалы и оборудование. Несущие детали из массива дерева делают мебель прочной и устойчивой, а природный материал, экологичные краски и отсутствие острых углов гарантируют безопасность для детей, взрослых и животных.

Мы доступные

Мы организовали удобные способы оплаты и оперативную доставку по России, настроили производство так, чтобы изготовление персонального заказа занимало не более десяти дней, а для тех, кто хочет «здесь и сейчас», всегда держим товары в наличии на нашем складе.

Мы внимательные

Мы разработали дизайн и решили множество производственных задач, чтобы гарантировать качество и комфорт каждого изделия, поэтому мы предоставляем честную трехлетнюю гарантию на все модели. Кроме того, можно заказать изделие по индивидуальному эскизу.


Download logs Ultimate

You can now download logs to your local machine – just click the Download Log button
in the
left pane of the Services tool window. By default, your pods will be saved to Scratches
Consoles | Kubernetes Files |
<context> |
<namespace> | pods, but you can change the settings in the Pod Logs section
Settings / Preferences | Build, Execution, Deployment | Kubernetes.

Open Console and Run Shell Ultimate

Two new actions have been added to the left pane of the Services tool window:
Open Console
for connecting containers that include consoles, and Run Shell for launching Shell
for a pod
container. Click the tools icon for quick access to the Pod Shell section of the



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New Extract method layout

We’ve made it easier to extract Java methods – just press ⌥⌘M on Mac or
on Windows or Linux, or select Refactor / Extract / Introduce / Method… and the IDE
will do the extraction right away.

More intuitive access to Rename settings

With the new Rename preferences that appear in an inlay hint, it is now possible
to select whether you want to rename occurrences in comments and string literals or in printable
text. To invoke this hint, press ⇧F6 on Mac or Shift+F6 on Windows and Linux
and then press Tab.
You can change the shortcut for Show Options Popup for In-place Refactoring in
Settings / Preferences | Keymap.

Drag and drop tabs

If you want to have several tabs open while working on a project, you can now drag
and drop file tabs to split the editor either horizontally or vertically. We’ve also introduced
the Open in Right Split action that splits the editor vertically upon opening your
file. Invoke
the action from the Project view or other navigation popups, such as Recent Files,
, and Navbar.

Pinned tabs improvements

In v2020.3 the new pin icon is shown for pinned tabs. When you click on it, you
unpin the file. You can also pin and unpin your tabs by dragging and dropping them over other
pinned or unpinned files. If you tend to open a lot of tabs, you can keep all your pinned tabs
in one row. To do this, go to Settings / Preferences | Editor | General | Editor Tabs
and tick the Show pinned tabs in a separate row checkbox.

Improved Markdown editing and preview

The Markdown
now has a better preview UI and improved UX. You can customize Markdown format in Settings /
| Editor | Code Style | Markdown. Press ⌘+Alt+L on Mac or Ctrl+Alt+L
on Windows or
Linux to apply formatting. The Auto-Scroll Preview button in the top-right corner of
the editor
allows you to sync scrolling of the preview pane and the editor.
We’ve also added support for .

Setting IntelliJ IDEA as the default application for opening files

Now you can set IntelliJ IDEA as a default application to open files. In
Preferences | Settings / Editor / File Types, click the Associate file types with
IntelliJ IDEA…
button. In the dialog that opens, select the extensions for files you want to open in your IDE.
If you use macOS, you’ll need to restart your computer to apply these changes.


Conversion of records

We’ve added a new intention action that allows you to convert records to classes.
It can be useful when you want to downgrade your codebase. You can read about when and how to
use records in this blog post.

Full support for sealed classes

In this release, we’ve added completion, code insight, and refactorings for sealed classes. When you use the sealed
you declare a class as a sealed class that allows you
to define which other classes can extend it and which classes to prevent from being extended.
The subclasses can either be final, non-sealed, or sealed. For some examples of how this can be
used, read this blog

Machine-learning-based sorting in code completion

Code completion suggestions have become smarter and more context-dependent, thanks
to new machine learning technology that sorts the suggestions better and displays the most
relevant first. To see how the new ranking system changes the order of suggestions, go to
Settings / Preferences | Editor | General | Code Completion and tick the Mark position
in the completion popup checkbox.

Shebang (#!) support

If your files use a Shebang
mechanism, IntelliJ IDEA automatically identifies this
and allows you to open them correctly and use code insight. Highlighting for files with shebang
() also works.

New Inspections

In IntelliJ IDEA 2020.3 we’ve introduced new inspections that can help you improve
your code. One of the most important inspections is Commented out code which lets you
delete or uncomment lines that have been commented out. You can learn more about the other new
inspections in IntelliJ IDEA 2020.3 in this
blog post.

User experience

New Welcome screen

The IntelliJ IDEA welcome screen has been redesigned. The Initial wizard has been replaced
with a quick-access screen containing four tabs: Projects for managing your
Customize for setting up the IDE interface, Plugins for plugin
installation, and
Learn IntelliJ IDEA for access to help and learning resources.

Learn IntelliJ IDEA

Open the Learn IntelliJ IDEA tab right from the Welcome screen. Here you can find
lessons and useful Help links. Click Start Learning to study various IDE features
step by
step in a real environment. Follow the instructions in the Learn view to test your
skills on actual coding samples.

IDE theme synced with OS settings

IntelliJ IDEA can now synchronize its theme with your OS theme. To enable this
feature, go to Settings / Preferences | Appearance & Behavior | Appearance and tick the
Sync with OS checkbox. Click the gear icon next to Sync with OS to select your
preferred theme.

Reader mode

Read-only files and files from external libraries are now opened by default in Reader
mode. In this mode, comments look like formatted text and font ligatures are enabled to
help make the
code more readable to users. You can customize Reader mode settings in Settings /
Preferences | Editor | Reader Mode.

LightEdit improvements

In IntelliJ IDEA 2020.3 we’ve improved the UX for LightEdit mode. To open files in
LightEdit mode from the command line, you now type () followed by the name
of the file
you want to open, or omit the filename to reopen your previous session. A new status bar in the
LightEdit window provides access to the full set of IDE features. If you want to learn more
about LightEdit mode updates, read this blog

Better spelling and grammar checkers

Now when you press Alt+Enter, the IDE invokes suggestions to correct your
or spelling. What’s more, we started using a new version of the LanguageTool grammar checking
engine, which improves text reviews in English and adds support for 10+ more languages.

Search Everywhere updates

We’ve added a new Git tab to the Search Everywhere dialog. You
can now find commit
hashes and messages, tags, and branches in the Search Everywhere dialog. You can also perform
simple mathematical calculations in the search field.

Preview tab

You can now open a file in a preview tab with a single click. When you open a file
in a preview tab, its name is displayed in italic. If you start editing this file, it will cease
to be a preview and will become an ordinary file. If you single-click another file to open it in
preview mode, it will appear in the same tab, replacing the previously opened one. To enable
this feature, click the gear icon in the Project view and select Enable Preview

Linux emoji picker

In v2020.3, we’ve added an emoji picker for Linux . To open the emoji picker,
press Ctrl+Alt+; . You can filter emojis by category, change their skin tone, and
search for
emoji by name. The emoji picker fully supports keyboard navigation.


New types of inline refactorings

Cross-language conversion is now possible, meaning you can inline Kotlin elements
from Java. You can also inline-refactor the also, let, run, apply, and with
scope functions.
We’ve improved the inlining of lambda expressions for the IDE to analyze their syntax more
thoroughly and format them correctly.

Structural search and replace

We’ve introduced support for structural
and replace (SSR) actions for
Kotlin. You can find and replace code patterns, taking the syntax and semantics of the source
code into account. Filters for variables allow you to narrow down your search.


Updated Profiler tool window Ultimate

In the redesigned Profiler tool window, you can attach the profiler to a
application. In the list of all running Java processes, press Enter to invoke Attach
a Process and select which integrated tool you want to use. In the Recent
Snapshot area, you can
quickly access any previously created snapshots.

Flame graph search Ultimate

The flame graph search is now more user-friendly, featuring a visible search
field, up/down arrows for fast navigation, a filter that allows you to search in the whole flame
graph, or just in a specific subtree.

Easy access to .jfr and .hprof Ultimate

There is no more need for working around opening and
files! To open
any file of these types quickly, drag and drop it in the editor, open it with File |
Open, or
double-click it in the Project view.

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