If you only have a few minutes to explore what’s new in WebStorm 2020.1, watch this video where Paul Everitt, WebStorm Developer Advocate, reviews the most notable improvements. If you feel like diving a little deeper, read on!
The new features and improvements fall into these categories:
- Look and Feel: a new default editor font, a unified light theme, Zen mode for focused coding, quick documentation on hover, LightEdit mode for quick editing, and a customizable status bar.
- Frameworks: Vuex and Composition API support, completion for Vue in HTML files with CDN links, improvements to React support, and full support for Angular 9.
- Tools: run Prettier on save, split terminal sessions, bundled spell checker, Jest enhancements, TypeScript support with Yarn 2, and more flexible sharing of run configurations.
- Version Control: a reworked dialog for rebasing commits, improved work with branches, changes to the commit flow, and installing Git from the IDE.