WebStorm provides powerful built-in tools to make debugging, testing and tracing easier than ever. Whether you're working on a client-side or Node.js application, WebStorm can help you with these important tasks.
WebStorm provides an advanced debugger for your client-side code that works together with Google Chrome. It’s built right into the IDE, so you don't have to switch between the editor and browser for debugging.
You can easily debug ECMAScript 6, TypeScript or CoffeeScript code, relying on WebStorm debugger’s support for source maps.
The full-featured built-in debugger for Node.js works right out of the box as well. Use it to debug apps running locally or on a remote machine.
With spy-js, you can see the full list of events that triggered code execution, then dig into the stack trace for an event and explore the highlighted trace in the source code. These data are also used to power code completion results.
spy-js can also help you visualize the application structure. Use the spy-js diagram to see how project files are connected with function calls based on the runtime data.
Code coverage reports are also available for Karma test runner.
WebStorm also supports Protractor for the end-to-end testing for Angular, JSTestDriver, Cucumber.js for behavior-driven development, and Nodeunit.
WebStorm can help you capture and explore V8 CPU profiles and heap snapshots for Node.js applications. Easily identify any possible hot spots or memory leaks in your app as profiling data are presented in the most accessible way.