WebStorm 3.0: The JavaScript IDE!

Greetings from JetBrains!
The newest version of our JavaScript IDE — WebStorm 3.0 — is out!

Latest trends like CoffeeScript, JSLint/JSHint validation and the new star of server-side JavaScript development – Node.JS – are at your fingertips:

  • Support for Node.JS allows you to use all the IDE power for editing and debugging server-side JavaScript.
  • CoffeeScript navigation, completions, refactoring, error-checking and more.
  • Integration with JSLint/JSHint enables new inspections to verify code quality.
  • JavaScript unit testing with JsTestDriver.
  • Smart Duplicated Code Detector for HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
  • Significant improvements to FTP/SFTP Sync.
  • TFS support and revision graph for GIT.
  • Streamlined UI across all operating systems.

Read more about what’s newdownload WebStorm 3.0 and do not miss another present — attractive WebStorm pricing before February 1, 2012!

Oh, and we also want to cordially thank all early adopters for your invaluable feedback!

Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains Team

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16 Responses to WebStorm 3.0: The JavaScript IDE!

  1. Alexey Gopachenko says:

    December 20, 2011

    @Everybody – please note, the build is the same as 3.0 RC.

  2. Matt says:

    December 20, 2011

    Why is Node’s http.createServer() an “Unresolved function or method”?

  3. Maxim Mossienko says:

    December 20, 2011

    Matt Have you checked Node getting started instructions in https://blog.jetbrains.com/webide/2011/11/webstorm-your-node-app/ ?

  4. Paul Irish says:

    December 21, 2011

    Most frontend devs use JSHint rather than JSLint these days. Otherwise looks good!

    • Alexey Korsun says:

      December 21, 2011

      In fact JSHint is also supported. I corrected the post.

  5. Christian Wlatschiha says:

    December 21, 2011

    Great job! I started with version 1.0 and I us WebStorm everyday. It’s the perfect tool.

    • Alexey Korsun says:

      December 22, 2011

      Thank you, Christian.

  6. Brian Boatright says:

    December 22, 2011

    I recently purchased PHPStorm 3.0. Are there any differences between WebStorm and PHPStorm in regards to Javascript besides PHP support?

    • Alexey Korsun says:

      December 22, 2011

      Hi, Brian.
      JS Unit testing support is not bundled in PhpStorm. But you can install it as plugin, see: https://blog.jetbrains.com/webide/2011/10/javascript-unit-testing-support/#comments
      Node.JS is also not bundled.
      Except mentioned above there is no difference in regards to JavaScript, HTML and CSS.

      • Brian Boatright says:

        December 22, 2011

        Awesome!!!

      • Eduard says:

        December 23, 2011

        I guess the same applies to PyCharm 2.0 ?

  7. coderage says:

    January 9, 2012

    Hey, it all looks great but days earlier, I just bought a personal license for 2.1 – do I get the upgrade?
    Rich

    • Alexey Korsun says:

      January 9, 2012

      Hi, Rich. Each license includes 1 year of free upgrades to any version (even major one). So you can upgrade to 3.0 now and you will also get all upgrades that we will publish during 1 year after the day of your purchase.

  8. luckysmack says:

    January 19, 2012

    I followed the instructions per https://blog.jetbrains.com/webide/2011/11/webstorm-your-node-app/ , and when I tell the app to run, it runs properly. But I still have the same issues as others mentioned above un where the part:


    var http = require("http");
    http.createServer(function(request, response) {
    response.writeHead(200, {"Content-Type": "text/plain"});
    response.write("Hello World");
    response.end();
    }).listen(8888);

    is that .createserver( still comes up as L Unresolved function or method createserver(), as well as the writeHead/write/end methods. Is there any way to get those resolved properly?

    • David Faivre says:

      February 9, 2012

      Having the same issue