This update brings various fixes and improvements, mostly in the core IntelliJ platform, the whole list of addressed issues is available in the Release notes. In addition to that WebStorm 11.0.3 adds support for a new unit testing package for Dart.
Click Configure – Check for update on the IDE Welcome screen to update. You can use a patch-update for WebStorm 11.0.2. Or, you can download WebStorm 11.0.3 from our website.
WebStorm 11.0.2 is now available! You can download it from our website or install a new version directly from WebStorm 11.0.1.
This update brings lots of bug fixes and various improvements. Here are some highlights.
Better support for npm 3
npm 3 brings a new flat structure of dependencies. Previously, to make indexing faster WebStorm indexed only top level folders in the node_modules directory, excluding module’s own dependencies. With the new flat structure the old approach doesn’t work. So in WebStorm 11.0.2 we now first check the list of the dependencies in the package.json file and then index only those modules.
Improved auto import for any TypeScript symbol
WebStorm can now automatically import any TypeScript symbol from other project files and modules right as you type.
We have also updated our built-in TypeScript compiler to version 1.7.3 and improved support for multiple tsconfig.json files in one project. Continue reading →
The full list of fixed issues is available in the release notes. You can use a patch update from the previous WebStorm 11.0.2 EAP build (143.870). Please note that this build requires an active license.
WebStorm 11.0.2 (build 143.870) first EAP is available for download.
We’re happy to announce that WebStorm 11.0.1 (build 143.382) is available for download!
This update brings important bug fixes, including the problem with debugging with Node.js 5.0. The full list of addressed issues is available in the release notes. A patch update from WebStorm 11 is also available.
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In WebStorm 11 it’s now easier to start working with Node.js projects.
Configuring coding assistance for Node.js
To enable code assistance for Node.js core APIs (and that means you’ll get smart code completion, parameter info and navigation to source code), the only thing you need to do is go to Preferences | Languages & Frameworks | Node.js and npm and click Enable under Code Assistance.
An even quicker way to do the same is to use the Enable Node.js Core library quick-fix. Press Alt+Enter on the highlighted usage of one of the Node.js core modules in the code and then press Enter.
WebStorm 11 refines your web development experience by adding support for powerful cutting-edge technologies and thoroughly improving the core functionality of the IDE. New features in WebStorm 11 include:
Improved TypeScript support: WebStorm 11 now fully supports the latest TypeScript 1.6 features and brings coding assistance for JSX and ES2015 features to TypeScript code. WebStorm also adds integration with TSLint
Flow and React support improvements: We’ve added basic support for Flow type annotations, and improved code completion and navigation for React components.
Initial support for Angular 2: WebStorm 11 provides code completion for Angular 2 binding, components and new event attributes in TypeScript and ECMAScript 2015
npm scripts: A new tool window lists all tasks in package.json and allows you to run any of them with a simple double-click.
Yeoman integration: Hundreds of new project generators are available right from the IDE Welcome screen, thanks to the new integration with Yeoman.
Among other notable updates are improved support for ECMAScript 2015, the option to run a single Mocha test, a new Preview mode for Find in path, support for debugging projects built with Webpack, new Node.js configuration and inspections, improved Dart support powered by the Dart Analysis Server, and much more.