WebStorm 2019.3.1 Is Available

Posted on by Ekaterina Ryabukha

WebStorm 2019.3.1, the first bug-fix update for the recently released WebStorm 2019.3, is now available!

You can update to it using the Toolbox App or right from the IDE. You can also download WebStorm 2019.3.1 from our website.

This bug-fix update comes with a few new features and improvements:

  • Support for TypeScript 3.7’s declare property modifier (WEB-42630).
  • An option to fold template literals in JavaScript and TypeScript (WEB-21053).
  • Improved resolve for Meteor packages (WEB-21682 and WEB-42721).

Besides that, here’s what has been fixed in WebStorm 2019.3.1:

  • The IDE correctly restores the layout of tool windows (IDEA-223706).
  • In .js and .ts files, Tab now selects a completion suggestion instead of expanding the Emmet abbreviation (WEB-40926).
  • Several performance issues were fixed including WEB-42708 and WEB-42657.
  • The problem with debugging Node.js async hooks was solved (WEB-42661).

For the full list of issues addressed in WebStorm 2019.3.1, please see the release notes.

The WebStorm Team

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3 Responses to WebStorm 2019.3.1 Is Available

  1. Alfarish Fizikri says:

    December 22, 2019

    When the Nuxt.js Framework code assistance support will be added? From https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/WEB-36008 it said that it’ll be included on 2019.3.1 but it doesn’t.

    • Ekaterina Ryabukha says:

      December 23, 2019

      Hello,

      In that issue, we didn’t provide any guarantees for Nuxt.js coding assistance to be included in v2019.3.1 – we said it’d included if we had enough time for that. Unfortunately, we haven’t managed to dedicate enough time to adding Nuxt.js support yet.

      I’ll ask the responsible developer about the status of this request and we’ll update the issue accordingly. Please follow it for updates and sorry for any inconvenience it might’ve caused you.

    • Piotr Tomiak says:

      December 23, 2019

      Hello!

      Nuxt.js support is on top of the list, together with improved Vuex support. We have a large scope of priority issues for 2020.1 for Vue.js, but I have a plan to include initial support for Nuxt.js in 2020.1. I’ll be updating the issue once I start the work.