Running

Running

Run your code in our configurable, visual run tool.

Writing applications means running code. Our IDEs help with launching our applications! Code executes in our run tool window, driven by configurations you can edit.

See Also

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Run Anything
How to use the Run Anything dialog

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Share Run Configurations
How to export and share your project’s run configurations in WebStorm.

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Add and Remove Breakpoints Quickly
How to toggle breakpoints without using the mouse.

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Evaluate Expressions When Debugging
How to check the value of an expression in WebStorm.

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Integrated Go Playground
You can format and share your code, change the Go version, and run your code using the Go playground server.

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Run Anything
Launch run/debug configurations, applications, scripts, commands, tasks, and open recent projects.

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Running and Terminating/Stopping a Process
How to run and stop a process

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Write SQL queries using popular database packages
Work with SQL queries and get completion and other features automatically.

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Pause and unpause containers
Test what happens to microservices when they try to talk with an unavailable service

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Restart a running container
Start with a container from zero, faster

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Run actions on save
Perform various tasks after you save the files you work on

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Check APIs from the comfort of your IDE
Quickly inspect APIs and make HTTP requests to services in a reusable manner

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Run Target support via WSL
Run your application or tests in Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) with ease

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Running code
How to run your code and see the results? Let's explore.

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Getting Helpful Suggestions
Look out for suggestions from WebStorm! They can help you not to forget about an important thing.

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Access Run Configurations Quickly
Learn a quick way to access run configurations.

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Run npm Scripts Swiftly
WebStorm lets you run npm scripts right from the gutter.

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See Return Values in Variables View
See what value a method returns.

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Create Conditional Breakpoints
Add a condition to a breakpoint when debugging.

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Run Tools and Configurations from One Place
Use a single action to run configurations, tools, and open recent projects.

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Unity Support
Write smarter C# for Unity!