WebStorm 7 EAP 130.1362; EJS support

Today we’ve released a new EAP build of WebStorm 7. The biggest new feature in this EAP build is the long-requested support for EJS templates. The support includes syntax highlighting (for EJS-specific syntax, JavaScript and HTML), typing assistance, structure view, formatter and more. Of course, you can enjoy the full set of JavaScript and HTML code assistance features when working with the HTML and JS code fragments in your EJS template.

Beyond that, we’ve continued work on TypeScript 0.9 support, fixed a number of issues related to LiveEdit and debugging, and integrated a bunch of general platform improvements. The full list of changes can be found in the release notes. The new build can be downloaded from the EAP page, as well as installed using the in-IDE autoupdate feature.

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12 Responses to WebStorm 7 EAP 130.1362; EJS support

  1. mark says:

    Please fix Darcula theme. Most file types are ugly, like Markdown. File types override default language defaults instead of using language defaults. The filenames in the project pane use dark blue and rust orange for changes. Even in normal JavaScript the theme is too loud coloring things like commas, semicolons.

  2. Guy Stein says:

    I am using webstorm as my main IDE – good stuff!
    To support Typescript 0.9 i’m looking into installing this EAP version. Two questions:

    1. What happens after 30 days? Can i install the next EAP?
    2. Can I type in a Webstorm 6.0 license key?
    3. When is version 7.0 expected to be released? (i saw a 6 month version cycles – september?).

    • Dmitry Jemerov says:

      1. Yes, you can. Normally EAP builds are released every two weeks,
      2. No. We don’t want people to use outdated EAP builds, so the 30 day period cannot be extended by entering a license key.
      3. The final release is planned for September, indeed.

  3. James Pedid says:

    I’m wondering when EJS support will also be available for Rubymine. Will this also be in September, along with the release of WebStorm 7?

    • Dmitry Jemerov says:

      The release of RubyMine 6 will be later, closer to the end of the year. EJS support will be either bundled with RubyMine 6 or available as a downloadable plugin; this hasn’t been decided yet.

  4. Will PHPStorm has support for EJS?

    • Dmitry Jemerov says:

      Just like with RubyMine, it will either be bundled or published as a downloadable plugin. Please ask the PhpStorm team regarding the specific plans.

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  6. Jose Hernandez says:

    Any chance that advance UML editing will be in final release of version 7?

    • Dmitry Jemerov says:

      Don’t know what you mean by advanced UML editing or how you envision that for JavaScript, but at the moment we don’t have any UML support improvements on our roadmap.

  7. Charlie says:

    Is there any plan to add visual design for HTML?

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