WebStorm 2018.2.2 is now available
WebStorm 2018.2.2 is now available!
React Native improvements
There’s now code completion for properties in the standard React Native components:
Add all missing TypeScript imports in the current file
Now, if there is more than one missing unambiguous imports in your file, you can press Alt-Shift-Enter to add them all at once. Look for the blue import popup.
If you have the auto import popup disabled, you can press Alt-Enter and then select the Add all unambiguous imports quick-fix.
Other improvements and fixes
- Initial support for JSX in CoffeeScript is now available
- Node.js debugger now shows the async call stack for the forked child process (WEB-33667)
- Extract React component now generates prop types as a type declaration in Flow (WEB-34010)
- Extract React component also works correctly with shorthand object properties (WEB-34157)
For the full list of issues addressed in this bug-fix update, please refer to the Release notes.
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