Welcome to WebStorm help!
Text editor with code completion, powerful navigation, code refactorings, and on-the-fly error detection.
Built-in debugger for client-side code and Node.js.
Unit testing with Karma, Jest, Mocha, and Protractor, right in WebStorm.
Integration with Version Control Systems, including Git, GitHub, Subversion, and Mercurial.
Built-in HTTP Server, REST Client, and terminal emulator.
Integration with build tools and task runners such as npm, webpack, Gulp, and Grunt.
Your first steps
If you are completely new to WebStorm, read Getting started with WebStorm. The links in this section will lead you to more detailed instructions.
If you click Help button in a dialog, you will see the reference page that gives descriptions of its controls and fields.
Finally, the part Getting help tells about using help topics, applying to support service, reporting issues and sharing your feedback.