Welcome to WebStorm help!
Here are some key features you get with WebStorm:
Smart editor with code completion, on-the-fly error detection, safe code refactorings, and fast navigation across the entire codebase.
A variety of built-in developer tools that allow you to debug and test your client-side and Node.js apps as well as to work with version control, linters, build tools, terminal, and HTTP client.
Tools for efficient teamwork, including a service for remote collaborative development and pair programming and the ability to share your project configuration with others.
The ability to customize your work environment by experimenting with things like themes and plugins.
Your first steps
If you are completely new to WebStorm, read Getting started with WebStorm. If you prefer watching to reading, take a look at our series of Fundamentals videos. You can also take an interactive training course on WebStorm basics.
If you are moving to WebStorm from another tool, check out the Migration guides.
Take this guided tour if you want to get familiar with the UI. To learn how to customize WebStorm, check out this section. For more tips and tricks, explore this guide or follow us on Twitter.
Check out the Languages and frameworks section to find out how WebStorm can help you work with specific technologies.
Finally, the Getting help section explains how to get support, report issues, and share feedback with us.