[# JETBRAINS] Beginning with # WebStorm



in these days where with Javi and Roberto we do nothing more than stick with JavaScript and the chestnut of HTML5, because after a tweet of Hadi Hariri I learned of the existence of WebStorm 3.0 and decided to try it. The truth is that compared to Visual Studio 2010 is much more powerful to play with JavaScript. Details such as the following done to really take this into account for the next phase of the project:

  • Support for unit testing.
    JavaScript is a nutshell, I think that I’m not saying anything new and frameworks of Unit Testing that there are there are not very good, but from what I’ve seen in the integration and support, WebStorm IDE makes it quite natural to work with unit testing in this context. Reference > http://blog.jetbrains.com/webide/2011/10/javascript-unit-testing-support/#comments
  • Duplicated Code
    JavaScript is a chestnut, I repeat it here. And as well as I do in 2 clicks on the post to copy/paste of this judgment, copy/paste JavaScript is one of the practices most used. I don’t know why, it seems that people not know that every action of copy/paste launches a trigger that kills a kitten on the internet, but this is good. The duplicated code detector rather helps eliminate these "bad smells" in the code.
  • Integration with TFS
    Cool Risa

If you want to remove the sting of your ulcer, and live a few more years, then download the trial fromhttp://www.jetbrains.com/webstorm/index.html

Greetings @ the estate

The Bruno


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