The new Early Access build for WebStorm 10 (140.2753) is now available for trying. You can download it and install side-by-side with WebStorm 9. An update from the previous EAP build is available, however, you may need to manually restart the IDE after the update.
In other great news, support is now available for the new TypeScript 1.4 features: Union Types, Type Guards, Let and Const keywords, Template strings, and more.
Read about other new features that we’ve added in WebStorm 10 EAP:
- Application dependency diagram;
V8 CPU and memory profiling
Please meet a new V8 profiling feature that allows you to capture and analyze CPU profiles and heap snapshots for your Node.js applications. You can also open and explore profiles and snapshots captured in Google Chrome’s DevTools for your client-side code.
This post will help you get started with V8 profiling in WebStorm; later we’ll publish a more detailed guide.