Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Live analysis results with WebStorm 10 and Dart

Today, JetBrains announced the new WebStorm 10 release, which includes significant enhancements for the Dart developer. The new version adds live analysis feedback, and fixes many reported issues. We highly recommend that all WebStorm users upgrade, and that new Dart developers who want a full-featured IDE try the new WebStorm 10 release.



WebStorm now provides on-the-fly code analysis results for Dart code, powered by the Dart Analysis server. You can quickly look through the list of warnings and errors in your project in a tool window or see them highlighted right in the editor.



WebStorm can now auto-import new libraries into your Dart code. Simply press Control-Space twice, and you will see a list of all libraries that are available. Select the library you want to use, and WebStorm automatically adds the necessary import statement to the top of the file.

You can use Dart's new async/await and generator features in WebStorm 10. Asynchronous code is now easier to write and understand, and the new language features make generating Streams and iterators much easier.

Also included in WebStorm 10 are numerous fixes and enhancements for formatting, code completion, code navigation, documentation, and more.

You can learn more about what's new in WebStorm 10, and download WebStorm 10 to create a new client or server Dart project. We hope you enjoy WebStorm's powerful Dart and web development capabilities.