WebStorm 2016.3 released: Flow, better TypeScript support, debugging React Native apps, Stylelint, and more

Please meet WebStorm 2016.3, the third big WebStorm update of 2016 jam-packed with new features!

For the past four months we’ve been working hard to improve support for ES6, TypeScript, and Flow and integrate more tools into the IDE, to help you develop more smoothly and productively not only for the web but also for mobile.

Visit What’s new in WebStorm 2016.3 to see a full overview of its new features or watch an overview video below.

And here’re some of the highlights:

  • Support for Flow: type errors are reported right in the editor; Flow-powered code completion
  • Support for React Native: code completion, running and debugging apps in WebStorm
  • Better TypeScript support: more precise code completion and analysis powered by the TypeScript language
    service; smarter Rename refactoring that understands the inheritance hierarchy
  • Set of inspections and quick-fixes for migrating the code to ES6 and a new
    Convert to class intention

Among other noticeable updates: integration with Stylelint, support for PostCSS via a plugin, running and debugging tests with Protractor, quick bootstrap to run and debug Node.js app in Docker, better support for ES6 destructuring, and even more!

40off2xIf you have a WebStorm license purchased before November 2015, before January 1, 2017 you can purchase a new subscription at 40% off and keep using WebStorm with all the latest features.

JetBrains WebStorm Team

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