Category Archives: Cool Feature

AngularJS Workflow in WebStorm

WebStorm 8 introduces a slew of new AngularJS features. This post will help you understand and optimize your workflow around what we provide. Include angular.js in Your Project While the AngularJS plugin is now bundled with WebStorm* the AngularJS features … Continue reading

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Using Compass in WebStorm

Sass and SCSS extend CSS with variables, mixins, selector inheritance and other nice features that make CSS much friendlier for modern development. The Compass framework is built on Sass, adds a variety of great reusable patterns, and in general makes … Continue reading

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Enjoy TypeScript in WebStorm

WebStorm has had TypeScript support for quite some time. As the language continues its evolution toward 1.0, we also continue to improve its support in WebStorm. Here we’d like to make a brief overview of TypeScript support in WebStorm 7 … Continue reading

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Webinar recording: WebStorm Tricks and Tips with John Lindquist

The recording of our webinar WebStorm Tricks and Tips, presented by John Lindquist on October 26th, is now available on the JetBrains YouTube channel and JetBrains.tv. In this webinar we covered the basics of productive coding in WebStorm: navigation, auto-completion, … Continue reading

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Stylus in WebStorm 7

Stylus is relatively new, yet feature-rich CSS language. WebStorm 7 there now includes initial support for Stylus in addition to other CSS preprocessors, LESS and Sass. See it in action in our video (also featuring Emmet):

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WebStorm 7.0.1 Release Candidate

3 weeks after WebStorm 7 release we would like you to try its minor update – WebStorm 7.0.1. Based on your valuable feedback on our issue tracker we made a lot of fixes and improvements. That is why before making … Continue reading

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WebStorm and Windows Azure Mobile Services

With Microsoft’s Windows Azure Mobile Services, we can build a back-end for iOS, Android, HTML, Windows Phone and Windows 8 apps that supports storing data, authentication, push notifications across all platforms, and more. There are client libraries available for all … Continue reading

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Improved JavaScript debugger in WebStorm 7

The new WebStorm 7 comes with a redesigned debugger for Google Chrome which supports the latest features of WebKit Remote Debugging Protocol and V8 Debugger Protocol. Though this change mainly affects the debugger’s backend, WebStorm 7 users will definitely notice … Continue reading

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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, … Continue reading

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WebStorm 7 build 130.958; Elements tab

Today we’ve released a new EAP build of WebStorm 7, build numer 130.958. The biggest new feature in this build is the “Elements” tab in the JavaScript debugger, showing the live contents of the page being edited. In addition to … Continue reading

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