The main advantage of WebStorm is a handy and clever editor for JavaSpript, HTML and CSS, which also supports TypeScript, CoffeeScript, Dart, Less, Sass and Stylus and frameworks, for example, Angular, React and Vue.js.
WebStorm, like other IDEs on the IntelliJ IDEA platform, makes development easier and more convenient. WebStorm provides highlighting and code completion, checks it for errors, helps you quickly navigate through the project and safely make changes with the help of refactorings. WebStorm has tools for debugging code and integration with version control systems.
WebStorm really understands the structure of your project and code, detects possible problems even before you open the project in the browser, and offers their solution. Built-in IDE testing tools will help in the development and make it more convenient and productive.
◊ debug client-side-, Node.js- and React Native-applications directly in WebStorm
◊help when working with applications on Angular, React, Vue.js, Electron and Meteor
◊Integration with version control systems Git, GitHub, Subversion, Perforce and Mercurial
◊Integration with error tracking systems (ESLint, JSHint, JSLint, TSLint and StyleLint)
WebStorm allows you to effectively develop applications on Node.js and supports full debugging of Node.js applications. A new application can be created using the Node.js Express template, and the necessary modules can be easily installed via npm, without using the command line.