Other WebStorm features include a debugger, which allows one to “debug your client-side and Node.js apps with ease in the IDE.” Seamless tool integration is another perk including linters, build tools, test runners, REST client, and more tools built-in.
Unit testing, where running and debugging with Karma, Mocha, Protractor, and Jest is a cinch and so is testing with WebStorm. Integration with VCS, if you use Git, GitHub, Mercurial, and other VCS regularly, you will be at home with WebStorm.
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