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.

You can update to v2022.1.1 by using the Toolbox App, installing it right from the IDE, or downloading it from our website.

Vite support

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 style tags.

Vite support in Vue style script tags

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).
  • @tailwind and @apply tags 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

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