Author Archives: Konstantin Ulitin

New JavaScript inspections and intentions

In WebStorm 5.0 we’ve introduced new JavaScript static checks and editor intentions to improve your coding experience. Besides checks produced by JSDoc annotations described in the previous post, some fresh inspections for JSON, jQuery selectors and other contexts have been added.

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Validating JavaScript code with JSDoc types annotations

Today’s post is about a nice feature set (many of you have been using for a long time) and its recent improvements. I’m talking about static type checking when type of parameter or variable on the left side of assignment … Continue reading

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New in 5.0: Google Closure Compiler JSDoc annotations

Providing comments and annotations to your JavaScript code is a way to make it more definite and easier to read by other developers. It is especially important in large projects. Some static code analysis tools and verifiers take types and … Continue reading

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New in 4.0: Easier JavaScript Library Scope Configuration

As you may know from the previous post about JavaScript libraries in PhpStorm & WebStorm, the main benefit of specifying JavaScript libraries in your project is to populate a completion list with only relevant members. We have reorganized the configuration … Continue reading

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New in 4.0: Smarter ordering of JavaScript completion options

We are getting a lot of reports and ideas from you about the ordering of JavaScript completion options. So in WebStorm 4.0 and PhpStorm 4.0 we made small but important improvements. More relevant suggestions now appear at the top of … Continue reading

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New in 4.0: JavaScript.next syntax support

As you may know, there are different versions of the JavaScript language. Each JavaScript engine implementation adds some nice features that others don’t have. To make sure that you only use features suitable for targeted environments, choose an appropriate one … Continue reading

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