Introducing WebStorm Video Tutorials

With the help from our technical evangelist John Lindquist we have prepared a set of short videos that cover some of the core features of WebStorm IDE.

These video tutorials should be a good starting point for users who are new to WebStorm and just starting to explore its features.

Right now there are 10 videos, and we’re going to add more to the playlist on JetBrains YouTube channel.

So, what’s available right now?

Stay tuned!

Subscribe to JetBrains YouTube channel and follow @WebStormIDE on Twitter to be notified of new videos.

Develop with pleasure!
- JetBrains WebStorm Team

About Ekaterina Prigara

Ekaterina Prigara is WebStorm product marketing manager at JetBrains. She's passionate about new technologies, UX and coffee.
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9 Responses to Introducing WebStorm Video Tutorials

  1. Thanks so much for creating these!

  2. I would love to learn more about Intentions, libraries, and path variables.

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  4. Bharat Ruparel says:

    Thanks for publishing these. Now if John can do short videos on using WebStorm for Angular JS development and live reload, that will be great.
    John, appreciate the effort.

    • Ekaterina Prigara says:

      We are going to add more videos to this video tutorial and make new screencasts for our blog. We’ll definitely cover AngularJS support in WebStorm 8 soon. Follow out blog and Twitter (@webstormide)

  5. bob says:

    need a beginner video on webstorm, not follow Customizing the IDE layout if don’t know how to use it as is, like show how to create a simple project and run it, debug it. why need Learning Keyboard Shortcuts if don’t know how basic IDE works.

  6. Jeff says:

    How are you showing the action + keyboard shortcut pop over (middle bottom of screen) in your videos? Is that a webstorm or plugin feature? Mac app?

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