Category Archives: Cool Feature

Node.js profiling in WebStorm. Part 1: CPU profiling.

Profiling is hard work. The amount of gathered information and demand to keep in mind the execution times and code structure is a serious challenge. WebStorm assists you on this tough journey. It points at hot spots by opening and highlighting … Continue reading

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ECMAScript 6 in WebStorm: Transpiling

For some time now WebStorm has supported ECMAScript 6, the future standard for JavaScript. While its features get more and more support in modern browsers and runtimes (see the Kangax compatibility table), to deploy your ES6 code you still need … Continue reading

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Plugin overview: Wallaby.js, continuous test runner

This is a guest blog post about wallaby.js, third-party plugin to WebStorm, PhpStorm, IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate, RubyMine, PyCharm. The plugin is a separately sold commercial product, but is currently free to try out. Wallaby.js a is a continuous test runner … Continue reading

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DailyJS survey results 2014: technologies WebStorm users use

Every year DailyJS, a popular blog on JavaScript development, runs a Developer Survey among their readers. We decided to have a closer look at the results of the 2014 survey which polled over 4000 developers. (Kudos to DailyJS for making … Continue reading

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spy-js TypeScript, CoffeeScript, ES6 support, advanced search and navigation

While WebStorm celebrates its 10th version anniversary, spy-js is proud of its third major release within this awesome IDE. Here’s a quick sneak peek at the new spy-js features available in WebStorm 10. Source maps, TypeScript, CoffeeScript, ES6 via Babel/Traceur/etc … Continue reading

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WebStorm 10 EAP, 140.2424: spy-js application dependency diagram and fixes

The second Early Access build for WebStorm 10 (140.2424) is now available for download. If you missed the announcement last week, let us remind you about WebStorm 10 EAP new features: JavaScript support improvement, simultaneous HTML tag editing, advanced search … Continue reading

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io.js already in WebStorm

Are you as excited about the release of io.js 1.0 as we are? io.js is a fork of Node.js that is using the very latest version of V8 and brings ES6 features and lots of changes and improvements in the … Continue reading

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WebStorm 9.0.2 Bug Fix Update Available

WebStorm 9.0.2 (build 139.773) is now available for download! While the update is mostly focused on the bug fixes (you can look through the list of addressed issues in the release notes for builds 139.773 and 139.625), there are also a … Continue reading

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WebStorm 9.0.2 EAP, 139.625: Bug Fix Update

WebStorm 9.0.2 EAP (build 139.625) is now available! This early access build brings dozens of bug fixes and improvements including basic support for TypeScript 1.3 features (WEB-14149), fix for the Node.js debugger issue (WEB-13972), improvements in Dart support, and more. For … Continue reading

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Gulp in WebStorm 9

Whether you’re using Grunt or Gulp as a build system/task runner in your project, WebStorm is here to help you with that. WebStorm 8 introduced Grunt console (you can read about it in this blog post), and now WebStorm 9 brings … Continue reading

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