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WebStorm 2017.1.3 is now available

Today we are releasing WebStorm 2017.1.3!

This update brings over 40 fixes, including:

  • Support for types from React prop-types 15.5 (WEB-26418)
  • Support for TypeScript 2.3 (WEB-26641)
  • Linting with Standard in the JSX files (WEB-26653)
  • Debugging Node.js 8 (WEB-26794)

In addition to that WebStorm can now automatically add imports for augmentation modules in TypeScript.

A patch update is available for the users of WebStorm 2017.1.2 and 2017.1.2 EAP. If you’re using an earlier version, give WebStorm 2017.1 a try and download it from our website for a free 30-day evaluation.

You can see a full list of addressed issues in the Release notes.

WebStorm Team

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10 Responses to WebStorm 2017.1.3 is now available

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    Meetic gratis says:

    May 17, 2017

    Thanks for the new version.

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    Willard says:

    May 18, 2017

    Thanks for the new version.

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    Hendrik says:

    May 21, 2017

    Unusably slow on a typescript project

    • Ekaterina Prigara

      Ekaterina Prigara says:

      May 22, 2017

      Would appreciate your help us to investigate the problem. For that please send us the content of your IDE log folder (menu Help – Show logs), the project’s tsconfig.json file and the description of your project configuration to our tracker: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issues/WEB
      Thanks!

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    Ethan says:

    May 23, 2017

    Hi. Thanks for the new version.
    Could you tell me more about running tests with Jest in the IDE using the syntax of ES6?

    • Ekaterina Prigara

      Ekaterina Prigara says:

      May 23, 2017

      Jest getting started guide recommends to compile the ES6 code to ES5 using Babel. You can find more about it here: http://facebook.github.io/jest/docs/en/getting-started.html#using-babel

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        Ethan says:

        May 23, 2017

        Thanks for the answer.
        I read this manual, made the settings. But I have a problem. If I use the terminal tab in the IDE and run the command “npm run test”, the test works. When I try to run through the Run menu – I get transpilation errors such as “SyntaxError: Unexpected token import”. That’s why I asked for more information about running tests with Jest in Webstorm.

        • Ekaterina Prigara

          Ekaterina Prigara says:

          May 23, 2017

          Do you have .babelrc file in the project root?

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            Ethan says:

            May 23, 2017

            Yes of course, without this file the command “npm run test” does not work in the terminal tab.

            • Ekaterina Prigara

              Ekaterina Prigara says:

              May 24, 2017

              Please share a screenshot of your Jest run/debug configuration. Thank you!