WebStorm 2016.2 released: TypeScript 2.0, improved support for React, Angular CLI, and more

Please welcome the official release of WebStorm 2016.2, the second update for our JavaScript IDE this year. This update brings even better experience while editing and refactoring JavaScript and TypeScript code and steps up the IDE’s debugging capabilities.

Download WebStorm 2016.2 for your OS on the What’s new page on our website.

Here are the highlights of this update:

  • Support for the upcoming TypeScript 2.0 features.
  • Improvements in React support: coding assistance for component properties defined using PropTypes, support for non-DOM attributes and lifecycle methods.
  • Integration with Angular CLI for creating new projects and the collection of Angular 2 code snippets.
  • New intentions for upgrading to ECMAScript 6: Convert to arrow function and Convert to const or let.

In other updates, you can now take advantage of support for jspm imports, support for fonts with ligatures in the editor, improvements in working with VCS patches, and more.

For a more detailed overview please visit What’s new in WebStorm 2016.2.

Your WebStorm Team

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