Tag Archives: PhpStorm

Leaner CSS in WebStorm & PhpStorm 2.0

LESS provides an extension to CSS with variables, mixins, operations and nested rules, and uses CSS syntax. As many of you are already using it in your everyday coding, we’ve added some nice things to boost your productivity with LESS … Continue reading

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“use strict” from EcmaScript 5 is supported in WebStorm / PhpStorm!

Recently JavaScript specification was incrementally advanced with: a) common coding pitfalls prevention mode (aka “strict mode“) and b) nice (yet de-facto already used) existing library additions. With several browsers around the corner completely supporting new-but-backward-compatible standard we are HAPPY to … Continue reading

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Working with JavaScript Libraries in PhpStorm & WebStorm

Those of us who work a lot with JavaScript often face a small issue with Autocompletion which turns to be not a small issue but a big mess. By default, completion works for all JavaScript files located under your project … Continue reading

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Improvement of HTML5 support in PhpStorm & WebStorm

Recently, we’ve added a number of new features that simplify HTML5 development. Here’s a short list of their highlights: Support of HTML custom data attributes. The attributes with names that begin with data- can be used to store some custom … Continue reading

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Enjoy HTML5 excitement with PhpStorm & WebStorm

Lately we have been seeing a lot of excitement circulating on various blogs about HTML5 and it’s support in latest versions of all major browsers. We are constantly improving our IDE to support new standards. Now you can easily enjoy … Continue reading

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Edit HTML inside JavaScript literals

It often happens that we need to edit HTML code inside JavaScript literals. And most of the time it is not something very pleasant, but not within Web IDE! Here is a simple string… But once we add ‘<‘ inside … Continue reading

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Unwrap/Remove code statements in JavaScript

Sometimes when you are editing JavaScript, you need to remove, say, an enclosing if or else statement without touching a current code block. This normally requires going back and forth and deleting something. But in Web IDE you can just … Continue reading

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JavaScript refactoring: Inline Variable

One of the major techniques to keep your code in a good shape is refactoring it. In the latest Web IDE EAP (#470) you can try the just added Inline Variable JavaScript refactoring. Inline Variable — replaces local variable occurrences … Continue reading

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