|WebStorm 10 Released|
|Written by Alex Armstrong|
|Friday, 03 April 2015|
In this screencast Trisha Gee introduces the highlights of this release.
One noteworthy IDE improvement is its new “distraction-free” mode to help developers concentrate on their code. This removes all toolbars and menu bar, leaving visible only the text file under work.
The release also introduces a new editing feature - simultaneous HTML tag editing. When you change an opening tag you no longer have to remember to make the corresponding change to the closing tag as this is done automatically.
Other updates include improved Grunt integration, project-wide Dart code analysis, and HiDPI support for Windows and Linux.
The diagrams show how project files are connected with function calls based on the runtime data. The new feature works both for client-side and Node.js apps.
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|Last Updated ( Friday, 03 April 2015 )|