Endpoints tool window
If you are developing an Express application, you can get an overview of route handlers in the Endpoints tool window. The tool window can assist you when developing microservices and backend-frontend communication. It is also helpful for working with RESTful APIs.
You can also navigate from the Endpoints tool window or from endpoint usages to the relevant endpoint declaration using the Go to Declaration action Ctrl+B or Ctrl+Click.
To search for Express route declarations, go tofrom the main menu or press Ctrl+Shift+\ and select the relevant declaration from the list.
In the Endpoints tool window, you can filter the list of endpoints by module, type, and framework. To list endpoints from external sources (for example, from remote OpenAPI specifications), select External under Module.
Before you start
By default, the Endpoints tool window is not available in WebStorm.
To add the Endpoints tool window, install the Endpoints plugin on the Settings/Preferences | Plugins page, tab Marketplace.
To work with REST APIs, install the OpenAPI Specifications plugin (Settings/Preferences | Plugins page, tab Marketplace).
See Installing plugins from JetBrains repository for details.
Click to select additional options.
Compact List Items
Show only the endpoint addresses, without the type and framework.
Group by Module
Group endpoints from the same module together.
Show From Libraries
Include endpoints defined in libraries.
Show From Tests
Include endpoints defined in tests.
Configure OpenAPI Sources
Add an external OpenAPI specification to include endpoints from this specification in the Endpoints tool window and highlight them with a yellow background: open the Settings/Preferences dialog (Ctrl+Alt+S) , go to Languages & Frameworks | OpenAPI Specifications, click in the Remote Specifications list, and specify the URL of an OpenAPI specification file or find an OpenAPI specification on SwaggerHub. This also adds URLs defined in the specification to code completion.
Learn more from Working with REST APIs in WebStorm.
WebStorm provides a diagram to show the interactions between microservices. In the Endpoints tool window, click .