WebStorm 7 — Everything you need, at your fingertips, without compromise
WebStorm 7 provides new tools to keep up with the latest and greatest web development innovations, helping you get more out of new technologies every day.
Support for EJS is now available in WebStorm 7.
Enjoy EJS-specific syntax highlighting, typing assistance, formatting, and much more.
WebStorm now understands .mustache and .hbs files and provides formatting and syntax highlighting for Handlebars and Mustache templates, as well as automatic tag closing.
WebStorm 7 has initial support for the cutting-edge technology Web Components. You can create custom DOM elements and have WebStorm provide completion and CSS support for them.
WebStorm 7 comes with basic support for Stylus stylesheet language. Here’s what’s available already:
- code completion
- syntax highlighting
- automatic compilation to CSS
For a more complete experience with Sass, there is now support for Compass. It includes completion, resolving and finding usages for functions, mixins and variables from imported Compass files.
WebStorm now includes an integrated Node.js package manager npm to quick search for and install node programs.
To streamline your workflow further, we’ve added a Terminal window right into the IDE.
WebStorm 7 provides support for the latest version of TypeScript 0.9 including Generics and enums. Support for languages like CoffeeScript and Dart has been improved, and there is now a new structure view for LESS and Sass CSS extensions.
The built-in REST Client added earlier in WebStorm 6 is now improved with added support for request history, import/export of XML files with REST Client Requests, and compressed responses.
The latest WebStorm makes integration with GitHub even better: now GitHub users can make pull requests right in the IDE with ease.
With the new Presentation mode, WebStorm 7 now gives you an opportunity to start a demonstration of your code and coding process with just one click.
Full screen mode is now available for all platforms. You can take advantage of this distract-less mode to dig even deeper into your code.
As always, all the covered improvements will also be available in IntelliJ IDEA, PhpStorm, RubyMine, PyCharm and AppCode, either out of the box or as a plugin, with the upcoming releases.
- TypeScript coding support
- File Watchers for automatic compilation
of higher-level languages
- Debugging with source maps
- Out of the box Google Dart support
- Built-in HTTP server and REST Client
- Fresh IDE look and feel & dark UI
- Live HTML/CSS/JS Editing Preview
- Google Closure Compiler JSDoc Annotations Support
- Jade Templates
- Improved CSS, LESS and Sass/SCSS support.
- JSTestDriver unit tests debugging
- Project level JS libraries
- ECMAScript Harmony Support
- HTML5 Boilerplate and other Web Application Templates
- Custom Code Folding Regions
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