Tag Archives: node.js

WebStorm 9 EAP is Open!

Please give a warm welcome to the Early Access Program for WebStorm 9! Go ahead and download WebStorm 9 EAP right now. As you may remember, back in May we published our development roadmap for the next version of WebStorm, … 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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MEAN Stack Walkthrough and Tips

MEAN is a full-stack web framework that consists of four very popular JavaScript-based projects: MongoDB, express, AngularJS and Node.js.                This screencast shows how  you can work with this development stack in WebStorm. WebStorm supports each of the MEAN projects with … Continue reading

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Running and debugging Node.js application

Updated on June, 18 2014 Let’s continue our series of posts and tutorials on Node.js development in WebStorm. Our first post covered the basic WebStorm configuration for working with Node.js projects. Now let’s move on to running and debugging Node.js apps … Continue reading

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[Live Webinar] Node.js Development Workflow in WebStorm, February 20th

Join us Thursday, February 20th, 18:00 – 19:00 GMT (10:00 – 11:00 AM PST) for our free webinar, Node.js Development Workflow in WebStorm with Adron Hall. In this webinar, Adron Hall will cover his development workflow for Node.js projects in … Continue reading

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Getting Started with Node.js in WebStorm

Node.js is definitely a hot topic in web development. Here at JetBrains, we can really see how its adoption is growing among WebStorm users. To address this trend we’d like to make a series of posts on Node.js development with … 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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