Back from the summer vacations, we are ready to announce the start of the Early Access Preview for WebStorm 2016.3, the third (!) major update coming this year.
Today’s EAP build brings lots of new exciting features, and more are coming later in September! Download WebStorm 2016.3 EAP, build 163.3094.20, right now.
You can install it side by side with WebStorm 2016.2 or any previous WebStorm version. No active subscription is required. Please note that this is a pre-release version of WebStorm. We would appreciate your feedback on our issue tracker.
- Integration with Flow
- PostCSS support
- Smarter Rename for TypeScript
- More Angular CLI
- Grouped files in Project view
- Generate .editorconfig
- Spaces around arrow functions
Integration with Flow
Now all the files that begin with
// @flow are going to be analysed with Flow and the errors are going to be reported right in the editor. If you change a file with a function definition, you don’t need to save it manually to trigger Flow to check its usages, it all works seamlessly.
Good news for those using PostCSS – an official plugin for the PostCSS support is now available. You can install it via Preferences | Plugins – just search for PostCSS.
WebStorm now provides full-featured support for PostCSS with intelligent code completion, navigation, inspections, configurable code style and auto-formatting, as well as the Rename refactoring for custom selectors and media queries. Read more in the plugin description.
If you write PostCSS code in files with a
.css extension, you will need to associate these files with PostCSS in Preferences | Languages & Frameworks | CSS Dialects to enable PostCSS support.