Write more reliable and maintainable code, with the IDE running dozens of code inspections as you type and detecting potential problems. Refactor your entire codebase in a few clicks and don’t miss anything when implementing large structural changes.
Afraid of messing something up with Git and losing important changes? Or breaking something when renaming a component across your entire project? WebStorm will simplify these and other challenging tasks so you can focus on the big picture.
WebStorm deeply understands your project structure and can assist you with every aspect of writing code. It will autocomplete your code, detect and suggest fixes for errors and redundancies, and help you refactor code safely.
One of the best parts of working in an IDE is that all of your essential tools are available in one place. Use WebStorm to debug and test your client-side and Node.js apps as well as to work with version control. Take advantage of the linters, build tools, terminal, and HTTP client, which are all integrated with the IDE.
Move through your code faster, regardless of how large your projects are. Look for files, classes, or symbols, and review all the matches in one place. Jump to the definition for any function, method, variable, component, or class, and find its usages in a few clicks.
Onboard new teammates faster with all key functionality prepackaged. Code together in real time and talk to others right from the IDE. Share your project configuration, including code style settings, and work efficiently with Git and GitHub.
Want to extend the built-in functionality? Tailor WebStorm’s look and feel to your liking by experimenting with things like themes and plugins. Save your custom settings and share them between different instances of WebStorm.
One of the most anticipated features has made it into WebStorm 2023.1 – Astro support! You can install the new Astro plugin from JetBrains Marketplace.
Last year we introduced a new, more minimalistic UI for WebStorm and other JetBrains IDEs. We’ve been refining the new UI further and invite you to give it another try.
WebStorm 2023.1 also comes with TypeScript support for Vue templates, Tailwind CSS configuration, full IDE zoom, and several improvements for version control systems.
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