WebStorm

WebStorm 2018.1

A development environment for web-based projects.
 
2018.1 (See all)
Work with design projects for JavaScript, CSS and HTML websites and pages built on IntelliJ IDEA. Use a collection of presets for the quick generation and editing or create a new project from scratch using standard and custom materials. Check site integrity and stability.

WebStorm is a handy editor for XHTML/HTML, CSS and JavaScript. It comes with a modern appearance and an easy-to-use menu that grants Mac users quick access to all of the features. The main interface is nicely split into three areas: one destined for quick start, one for documentation, and another for various plugins. In order to use this application properly, the users must have basic knowledge in writing codes under HTML and other supported languages. One key aspect of the tool is that it provides a handy tool named "tips of the day" which offers hints, suggestions and helpful information about code-writing, in order to increase the applicability of the editor. The plugin window provides a wide variety of plugins that will ease the work of the users. This feature-rich application also allows the users to import files from a server, for editing and further code-writing. The editor is very responsive to commands and runs rather low on resource consumption, so it can be used simultaneously with other applications. Also, this piece of software is highly customizable, as it allows users to make changes upon appearance, functionality and IDE settings.

All taken into consideration, it is safe to say that WebStorm is a complete utility for writing codes under various programming languages; it is highly customizable and it comes with an easy-to-use menu.

Dave Hattey
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy-to-use menu
  • Highly customizable
  • Wide variety of plugins

Cons

  • None
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