WebStorm Product Marketing Manager at JetBrains
WebStorm 2021.1.1 Is Available
WebStorm 2021.1.1 is here with the ability to extract Angular components and fixes for a lot of bugs.
WebStorm 2021.1 Release Candidate Is Here
WebStorm 2021.1 RC is available! Read about some interesting improvements that will make it to the release, and try them out before everyone else does.
WebStorm 2020.3.3 Is Available
WebStorm 2020.3.3, the third bug-fix update for WebStorm 2020.3, is now available! Update to the latest stable build today.
WebStorm 2021.1 Beta: Improvements for Stylelint, Vue, and Version Control
WebStorm 2021.1 has reached Beta! Upgrade to the latest build today and share your feedback with us.
WebStorm 2021.1 EAP #5: Built-in Collaborative Development Service and More
WebStorm 2021.1 EAP #4 Is Here With a Lot of Usability Improvements
We’re halfway through our Early Access Program for WebStorm 2021.1! Download build #4 and try out the new settings for choosing font weights and other improvements.
WebStorm 2021.1 EAP #3: Better JSDoc Syntax Highlighting, JSON Lines Support, and More
WebStorm 2021.1 EAP build #3 is now available with better JSDoc syntax highlighting, support for JSON Lines, and selector specificity for style sheets.
WebStorm 2021.1 EAP #2 Is Here With a Lot of Quality Improvements
WebStorm 2021.1 EAP build #2 is now available with the ability to suppress an inspection for a file, usability improvements for the split view, and more.
WebStorm 2021.1 Early Access Program Is Now Open!
We’re starting the first round of our 2021 Early Access Program for WebStorm. Download the first EAP build, try out the improvements and new features, and share your feedback with us.
WebStorm 2020.3.2 Is Available
WebStorm 2020.3.2, the second bug-fix update for WebStorm 2020.3, is now available! Update to the latest stable build today.
Ray Shan on Coding as a Hobby and Saving Time With JetBrains IDEs
In our last customer interview of 2020, we talked to Ray Shan, senior director of product management at LTSE. Ray shed some light on his professional background and explained how he is using WebStorm for his side projects and DataGrip for his work. (more…)