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Live Webinar: WebStorm – Things You Probably Didn’t Know

Join us Thursday, July 23rd, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT (16:00 – 17:00 GMT) for our free live webinar WebStorm – Things You Probably Didn’t Know, featuring Hadi Hariri. In this webinar you will learn a bunch of tips … Continue reading

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WebStorm 10 released: improved JavaScript support, TypeScript 1.4, V8 profiling, and more

Today is a big day for us, as we roll out WebStorm 10, a major update of your favorite JavaScript IDE. You can download and install it right now! This 10th anniversary release strives to meet your highest expectations, including … Continue reading

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WebStorm 10 EAP

It’s February already and we can’t wait any longer for the Early Access Program for WebStorm 10 to start! Go ahead and download the first WebStorm 10 EAP build (140.2167) right now! EAP builds do not require an active license. … Continue reading

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Tracing, Debugging and Profiling Node.js with spy-js

This post is part of a series of posts covering features in WebStorm 9 EAP: WebStorm EAP is open! Live Edit updates in WebStorm 9 – What’s new? JavaScript Postfix Completion Spy-js, our “secret agent”, has done a great job … Continue reading

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How WebStorm Works: Completion for JavaScript Libraries

One of the essential features of WebStorm’s editor is code completion. The way it is implemented in WebStorm is that it takes all JavaScript files in the project and goes through them, adding functions and methods to an internal index … Continue reading

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Spy-js: WebStorm secret service

Introduction What is the difference between Orem, Utah, USA; Munich, Germany; Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia; and St. Petersburg, Russia? Well, they are thousands of kilometers apart, span 3 climate zones from continental to subtropical, and only one of them is … Continue reading

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TypeScript Support in WebStorm 6

One of the evolutions in JavaScript development is the new TypeScript language, an open-source superset of JavaScript that allows us to write code in a typed language which compiles to JavaScript. At JеtВrаins wе wоrk tirеlеssly tо bring аbоut mоrе … Continue reading

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New JavaScript inspections and intentions

In WebStorm 5.0 we’ve introduced new JavaScript static checks and editor intentions to improve your coding experience. Besides checks produced by JSDoc annotations described in the previous post, some fresh inspections for JSON, jQuery selectors and other contexts have been added.

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Validating JavaScript code with JSDoc types annotations

Today’s post is about a nice feature set (many of you have been using for a long time) and its recent improvements. I’m talking about static type checking when type of parameter or variable on the left side of assignment … Continue reading

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Tips on jQuery development in WebStorm

Hi JavaScript devs! There’s no doubt that everyone is using one or another library to access/manipulate the DOM, and jQuery is currently the most popular one. And WebStorm has lots of small but really neat features to help you coding. … Continue reading

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