WebStorm 9 is great for building web apps with Meteor! First-class Meteor support features coding assistance for Meteor APIs, special debug configuration for server-side Meteor code, and the new Meteor project generator. Read more »
WebStorm now facilitates your workflow with mobile apps developed with PhoneGap, Apache Cordova and Ionic frameworks. You can create, emulate and deploy apps right from the IDE and have direct access to the Cordova plugin registry.
Enjoy the cutting edge of web development with Polymer — now supported in WebStorm. The IDE understands custom elements imports, Polymer’s styling features (like the Shadow DOM polyfills) and layout attributes.
The integration with the Gulp build system now allows you to easily browse through the list of tasks defined in the project gulpfile.js, and run or debug any of them simply by double-clicking the task name.
spy-js allows you to trace and profile your Node.js applications. Start a new spy-js for Node.js Run configuration to see the list of all captured events and explore event stack and trace files. spy-js now supports EcmaScript 6 features including generators, yield and other. Read more »
Also, with spy-js Magnifier you can evaluate any expression from any context of the opened file. Just hover the mouse over it while a spy-js session is running.
With the updated Live Edit feature, WebStorm can seamlessly update your Node.js application on changes via hotswap or automatic server restart. Just make sure you’ve started a Node.js debug session for that. Read more »
EditorСonfig helps developers define and share code style configuration between different IDEs and editors. WebStorm brings built-in support for EditorConfig, so that now code style settings from EditorConfig files are applied automatically to your project.
For Dart projects, WebStorm adds seamless integration with pub serve. Now when you open your Dart app in the browser from the IDE or start a debug session, WebStorm will automatically run pub serve command first.
WebStorm now supports the latest CSS3 specifications. Now you’ll get advanced coding assistance for CSS3 properties and values including autocompletion and lots of new on-the-fly inspections.
See variable values next to their usages with Inline variables view, a new debugging feature that integrates the Variables view right in the editor.
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WebStorm 9 brings a completely new feature called Scratch Files. Scratch Files help you experiment and prototype right in the editor — without creating any new project files — and still enjoy top-level coding assistance.