WebStorm 2022.1.1 Is Available
WebStorm 2022.1.1, the first bug-fix update for WebStorm 2022.1, is now available! It’s packed with fixes and improvements, including long-awaited support for Vite and a fix for the bug affecting the running and debugging of npm scripts.
The big news for this release is that we have added long-awaited support for Vite. Vite is a new breed of build tool that improves the frontend development experience. It consists of two main parts: a dev server that serves your source files over native ES modules and a build command that bundles your code with Rollup, which is pre-configured to output highly optimized static assets for production. In this release, we’ve added support for
tsconfig.json/jsconfig.json path mappings in Vue
We have plans to add more Vite-related support in our upcoming releases. Stay tuned!
Other notable improvements
These are just some of the other notable fixes:
- Fixed the bug causing WebStorm to not work as expected when running and debugging npm scripts (WEB-55457 and WEB-55423).
- Implemented several improvements for Vue (WEB-54034, WEB-54584, and WEB-55434).
@applytags are now recognized in your .sass files (WEB-38127).
- Updated the bundled TypeScript version to v4.6 (WEB-55199).
- If you’re using ESLint 8.2 or higher, extra ESLint options will now be applied as expected (WEB-54388).
- WebStorm will now automatically suggest the path to a package manager if a remote Node.js interpreter is chosen (WEB-52982).
- Fixed the issue that was disabling Sort tabs alphabetically when tabs were dragged and dropped in a different editor window (IDEA-283610).
For the full list of issues addressed in WebStorm 2022.1.1, please see the release notes.
The WebStorm team