WebStorm
WebStorm
2020.1.3

5.0

WebStorm free download for Mac

WebStorm2020.1.3

09 July 2020

JavaScript, CSS and HTML IDE for Web Development.

Overview

WebStorm is the smartest JavaScript IDE with CSS and HTML Editor for Web Development, at your fingertips. Navigate through files easily. Use relevant autocompletion for everything in your code. Get notified about code problems on the fly. Complicated language mixtures with HTML markup or SQL inside a JavaScript? Check how a modern IDE such as WebStorm handles this.

The published price is that for one user for the first year, billed annually. The pricing schema can be found here.

Features:
  • Smart DOM-based autocompletion
  • JavaScript Debugger
  • Extended JavaScript Frameworks support
  • HTML5 Support
  • Zen Coding
  • Language Mixing
  • FTP and Remote Files Synchronization
  • Spell Checker

What's new in WebStorm

Version 2020.1.3:
  • Several performance problems were solved
  • Extra # is no longer added when completing #-private fields
  • The bug with the Structure view failing to filter attributes and methods for JavaScript files was fixed

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How would you rate WebStorm app?

7 Reviews of WebStorm

4.5
pmarshal33
26 November 2018
Version: 2018.2.3

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it was cool but too many good apps that are free
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4.5
pmarshal33
26 November 2018
Version: 2018.2.3
it was cool but too many good apps that are free
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4.5
Gryffin
28 June 2015
Version: 10.0.2
I've been a professional web developer for 18 years, and I've tried just about every editor and IDE out there for the Mac, and trust me when I say that for sheer power and functionality, nothing else even comes close. Syntax highlighting and autocompletion for *everything*: tags, attributes, classes, IDs, filenames/paths, just about every thing you type, and in just about every dev language known to mankind. Optional file watchers for compiling preprocessor languages like HAML, Sass/Less, CoffeeScript, etc. into final HTML/CSS/JavaScript code. Powerful code refactoring: change a filename, function name, variable, class or ID throughout your project. Select just about any identifier, and it highlights every other instance; it also highlights mistyped or invalid identifiers, validates in near real time, graphically shows the scope of every nested element, matches opening/closing tags and braces… if you pay attention to all the hints it gives you, it's nearly impossible to write wrong code. There is still some room for improvement: the project file browser is pretty rudimentary (doesn't show timestamps or file sizes, D'OH!), and the built-in FTP is sometimes a little flakey, but in whole, it's a pretty amazing tool for the web development professional.
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emce
03 June 2015
Version: 10.0.2
Unfortunately, there's a bug in the Oracle JDK (both 7 and 8) that causes fonts to look terrible. JetBrains is doing what they can to fix this by providing an installation option with a custom JDK, but whatever hack they've put in place to fix the font issue causes CPU to spike and scrolling to be choppy when you try to scroll. I'd like to be able to use this editor, but decently rendered fonts are pretty important when you're staring at code all day. What's most unfortunate is that this editor is built on Java, so their hands are kind of tied. You can track this issue here: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/IDEA-138687
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Sgginc
02 April 2013
Version: 4.0.2
Strange... It's v6 at developer's website. Above download link is dead.
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5
CanaryEGP
06 May 2012
Version: 4.0
Thes best IDE ever for Mac. Brillant! Very easy, very fast and very very very full-featured! better than netbeans!
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myschizobuddy-1
07 February 2012
Version: 3.0
only if they had the brains to not post a windows UI screenshot on a Mac application site.
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Edac2
11 August 2011
Version: 1.0
This is more of an off-the-cuff snap review since I only used it for five minutes. But right off the bat I didn't like WebStorm because it is too Windows-like. It's quite ugly, with a lot of unattractive little icons, and closing a window quits the program. If I were a PC user and I had been using this for a while on a PC I might like it since it looks like it has a lot of features. But I'm sticking with BBEdit 9.6 for now (BBEdit 10 sucks).
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