Built-in Server in WebStorm 6

Have you ever started writing an app only to realize that you need a simple local webserver?

Never fear, WebStorm 6 is here!

Simply open “http://localhost:63342/”, append your project name, and WebStorm will serve up your site for you!

For example, if you’re working in a project called “WebStorm6Features”, you would open: http://localhost:63342/WebStorm6Features

Needless to say, you can easily debug JavaScript code – just create a run configuration in the context menu on an HTML file. No additional URL mappings are required.

Please download the latest build, provide your feedback for bugs and feature requests here, and leave questions in the comments below or in our forums!

Develop with pleasure!
-JetBrains WebStorm Team

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9 Responses to Built-in Server in WebStorm 6

  1. tufan says:

    It seems, also PhpStorm 6.0 has a build-in server?
    http://localhost:63342/ also works with PhpStorms; returns
    “404 Not Found
    JetBrains PhpStorm 6.0″ though.

  2. Dan Berlyoung says:

    Hey, I’m trying to use the internal web server in PHPStorm 6.0 and all I can get is a “404 Not Found” page.

    I’m hitting “http://localhost:63342/ojs3/” for my project named ojs3. What am I missing? Or is this not completely baked in PHPStorm?

    Thanks!

  3. Also trying to understand how to make work with PhpStorm.

  4. Vladimir Krivosheev says:
  5. Mike Johnston says:

    I’m having the same problem as everyone else. I followed the instructions in the video to the letter.

  6. Marco says:

    Awesome! Thank you very much!

    Now, could you please add that into IntelliJ too? Thanks!

  7. Eddie says:

    Nice, and it works with Dart as well: http://yulian.kuncheff.com/blog/2013/03/21/using-intellij-slash-webstorm-to-debug-web-applications/

    When can we expect that feature in IntelliJ?

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