It displays a comprehensive interface that makes it easy to use and grants you quick access to all its features and tools. And since it offers so many, you do need a while to learn where each one resides inside the application. The main window is structured in a classic way, featuring menus and toolbars, navigation and status bars, as well as the editor and tool windows.
Creating a project can be done in multiple ways. You can either download source code and insert it into WebStorm or duplicate a repository and create a project that is based on the sources you have. Or, you can just start a project and build it from the ground up. The application is created to handle large and complex workloads as it provides you with the possibility to load more than one project and switch between then when you need to.
Debugger: Debug your client-side and Node.js apps with ease in the IDE – put breakpoints right in the source code, explore the call stack and variables, set watches, and use the interactive console.
Seamless tool integration: Take advantage of linters, build tools, test runners, REST client, and more tools, all deeply integrated with the IDE. But any time you need Terminal, it’s also available as an IDE tool window.
Unit testing: Run and debug tests with Karma, Mocha, Protractor, and Jest in Web Storm. Immediately see test statuses right in the editor, or in a handy treeview from which you can quickly jump to the test.
Integration with VCS: Use a simple unified UI to work with Git, GitHub, Mercurial, and other VCS. Commit files, review changes, and resolve conflicts with a visual diff/merge tool right in the IDE.
Better Angular support: Enjoy improved support for Angular Material and use the new Create method quick-fix in Angular templates.
- Customization: The IDE is extremely customizable. Adjust it to perfectly suit your coding style, from shortcuts and visual themes to tool windows and editor layout.
- VCS: It provides a unified UI for working with many popular Version Control Systems, ensuring a consistent user experience across git, SVN, Mercurial, and Perforce.
- Built-in terminal: To run a command or a command-line tool, don’t leave the IDE — use WebStorm’s built-in local Terminal, which you can set to the shell of your choice.
WebStorm offers you:
- code navigation and completion
- rename refactoring
- syntax highlighting
- error checking
- find usages
- automatic compilation/transpilation
- debugging with sourcemaps
It’s also designed to optimize your workflow. You’ll be pleased to know that WebStorm is fitted with a code completion feature, meaning that the application is capable of understanding your code. Moreover, with this application, you get to view and correct all the problems before you get to run the website. This is possible because the application displays the mistakes as you type them.
With the above to consider there is much more to discover about WebStorm, besides the fact that it supports HTML5, CoffeeScript, Dart, TypeScript, Handlebars, Stylus, JSLint/JSHint, EJS, Web Components, and Jade. With it, you can certainly bring your projects to the next level.
- Identify problems in your code faster
- Redesigned dialogs for Git actions
- Add carets at the end of each selected line
- Preview WebP images in the IDE
||Windows 10/8/7/Vista/2003/XP (incl.64-bit)
||Intel Pentium III/800 MHz or higher (or compatible)
||2 GB RAM minimum and 8 GB RAM recommended
||2.5 GB hard disk space, SSD recommended
||1024 × 768 minimum screen resolution
||WebStorm Software For Windows V 2020.2
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