WebStorm 6 EAP Build 124.281
For many advanced web devs a week starts with a fresh build of WebStorm. Sure this week is not an exception: here’s a 124.281 build for you.
This build brings more love to JSHint: it has neat UI for JSHint configuration, and, if you prefer to work with .jshintrc file directly, you’ll get completion and short help for the options.
We’re moving forward with TypeScript support – another dozen of issues resolved. By the way, if you have already tried TypeScript, feel free to comment on right here – we would love to hear your feedback!
And of course, there’s ton of fixes and improvements in IntelliJ platform, as the platform team is also working hard all day.
You can always find the list of resolved issues on the Release notes page.
Note: This is an early access build. We hope you will not find any critical problems in there, but please keep calm if you do. Just report them and next week they’re gone! :-)
Upgrade patches are available for all the supported platforms.
Develop with pleasure!
-JetBrains WebStorm Team
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