As one has been able to do in the past, one can let the IDE generate the required abstract methods, by simply clicking the hint that is shown above:
However, now I'm cleaning up my code and I don't want that class to be anonymous anymore. Instead, I want it to be an inner class. In the past, I'd have to call up a dialog box, click various things, and then the inner class would be created. In 6.0, I'll be able to simply select something in the anonymous class and then press Alt-Enter:
Then the small popup shown above appears. I simply press Enter again. And then... I have a new inner class:
And the anonymous class is transformed into a call to my inner class:
And if I don't like the name of my new inner class, I can simply click Ctrl-R over the name, and then I will be able to change the name, as well as references to it, in-line immediately, without any dialog boxes. Hurray!