WebStorm 11 EAP, 142.4723: code style for chained methods, React and TypeScript 1.6 support improvements
A new WebStorm 11 EAP build (142.4723) is now available for download.
We are already half-way though our Early access program, here’s what was done so far:
- WebStorm 11 Early Access Program: improved TypeScript 1.5 support, TSLint integration, Yeoman integration, new Node.js inspections, support for debugging Webpack, option to run single Mocha test, flame charts in V8 CPU profiler and more.
- WebStorm 11 EAP, 142.3805: improved HiDPI support for Windows and Linux, clickable links in comments, breadcrumbs in Stylus files.
- WebStorm 11 EAP, 142.4148: encode HTML symbols, Meteor, TypeScript 1.6 features.
Formatting for chained methods
WebStorm now helps your format chained methods.
And also whether to indent them:
Improvements in ReactJS support: better navigation and coding assistance for React-specific attributes
Now you can very quickly jump from a component usage to its definition even if it’s in a different file. Cmd-click (Ctrl-click) or hit Cmd-B (Ctrl-B) on a component name to navigate to it or hit Cmd-Y (Ctrl-Shift-I on Windows and Linux) to see a quick definition in a popup.
In addition to that now you can get coding assistance for React-specific attributes in JSX code, like className.
More TypeScript 1.6 features supported
The full list of addressed issues is available in the release notes.
Download WebStorm 11 EAP (build 142.4723).Patch update from the previous EAP build, 142.4148 is available.
Please report your feedback to our issue tracker. To get notifications of new EAP builds as they become available, subscribe to the EAP channel in Preferences | Appearance & Behavior | System Settings | Updates.
Develop with pleasure!
– JetBrains WebStorm Team