Tag Archives: JavaScript

Recording of PhpStorm 6 Webinar – More Tools to Develop Smarter, Not Harder

On Tuesday, March 26, we’ve held a free webinar where JetBrains Technical Evangelist for PHP and .NET Maarten Balliauw went through the most important features of the latest PhpStorm 6 release. The recording of this webinar can be found on … Continue reading

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JavaScript Libraries Improvements in WebStorm 6

Every JavaScript project bigger than “Hello, World” one uses libraries, often many of them. That’s why handling libraries properly is so important for the IDE. Let’s look at how WebStorm 6 supports libraries and what have been changed since version … Continue reading

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TypeScript Support in WebStorm 6

One of the evolutions in JavaScript development is the new TypeScript language, an open-source superset of JavaScript that allows us to write code in a typed language which compiles to JavaScript. At JеtВrаins wе wоrk tirеlеssly tо bring аbоut mоrе … Continue reading

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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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Tips on jQuery development in WebStorm

Hi JavaScript devs! There’s no doubt that everyone is using one or another library to access/manipulate the DOM, and jQuery is currently the most popular one. And WebStorm has lots of small but really neat features to help you coding. … 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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Code Coverage for JavaScript Unit Testing

Measuring JavaScript code coverage naturally complements unit testing. It provides a clear picture of which parts of your code remain untested, and helps you focus additional tests on the uncovered code. From now on, users of JsTestDriver can measure code … 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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