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ECMAScript 6 in WebStorm: Transpiling
WebStorm supports ECMAScript 6 syntax. This support actually includes not only the ECMAScript 2015 standard, but also the 2016, 2017, and 2018 standards and even some proposals to the language, for example, import(). While these features get more and more support in modern browsers and runtimes (see the Kangax compatibility table), to deploy your ES6 code you still often need to compile it to ES5.
Using Gulp in WebStorm
Whether you’re using Grunt or Gulp as a build system/task runner in your project, WebStorm is here to help you with that. WebStorm 8 introduced integration with Grunt, and now WebStorm 9 brings integration with Gulp. With Gulp you can easily automate your build process. It helps you execute various tasks, such as optimizing images, compiling the stylesheets, concatenating and minifying files.
Webinar Recording: A Deep Dive into WebStorm 9’s New Features
The recording of our October 30th webinar with John Lindquist, A Deep Dive into WebStorm 9's New Features, is now available on the JetBrains YouTube channel. (more…)
WebStorm 9 released: Meteor support, React and JSX, Gulp integration, and more
Today we are announcing the release of WebStorm 9 and we are really excited about that! You can download WebStorm 9 right now! To brings you the very best development experience based on today’s most powerful and trending webdev technologies and tools, WebStorm 9 introduces: Full support for Meteor. WebStorm now provides coding assistance and debug capabilities for Meteor applications.