First Separate WebStorm 6 EAP Build 124.218

First, some news: starting this week we will be publishing WebStorm EAP builds separately from PhpStorm builds. This means separate announcements in our blog and on Twitter, separate download pages and slightly different publish dates. This also means no major changes in the roadmaps, planned feature sets, EAPs or release schedules. We’re doing this just to let you focus on the most relevant information depending on the product you use and the field you work in, be it server-side development in PHP or hacking JavaScript in a browser.

Now, please welcome WebStorm EAP build 124.218.

This build doesn’t include any revolutionary changes, but it contains lots of improvements in TypeScript support, many fixes in JavaScript debugger, Live Edit and long-awaited improvements for Structure view of HTML files. Also, Google Dart devs will be glad to find out that IDE now supports inlining Dart script blocks into HTML files.

The complete list of resolved issues is available on the Release notes page.
Please try the latest build and report any problems or questions that arise via our tracker or the forums.

Note: This is an early access build. We have tested it, but some bugs may have sneaked into. We hope you will treat them well and let us know about each one! :-)

We will not be publishing upgrade patches this time, sorry for inconvenience.

Develop with pleasure!
-JetBrains WebStorm Team

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5 Responses to First Separate WebStorm 6 EAP Build 124.218

  1. Bogdan says:

    Any news about PHPStorm?

  2. ben says:

    When you support ZendFramwork 1/2 MVC view?

  3. Henry Garcia says:

    Will all the changes from webstorm be included in phpstorm?

  4. ksafonov says:

    @Bogdan Next PhpStorm EAP will be announced this week.
    @Henry Yes, feature sets will stay the same.

  5. shawn says:

    THANKS for separating the two products here in the blog. Not to offend anyone, but PHP has no interest to me whatsoever.

    It wasn’t always clear which features were javascript and which were php from the blog entries.

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