WebStorm IDE to Get New Update

Version 2018.3 of one of the JetBrain's IDE has many new features and updates
22 November 2018   604

JetBrains has introduced an update to the WebStorm integrated development environment. In version 2018.3, support for TypeScript 3.1, JSON format, as well as the ability to pull Requests for GitHub are implemented.

The main innovations WebStorm 2018.3:

  • Automatic import of characters from project dependencies in JavaScript, parameters have hints. Improved null and undefined checks.
  • New function "Suggest variable names."
  • TypeScript 3.1 support.
  • An accessibility check for HTML added. Also, developers have improved the removal of actions for HTML and JSX tags — the user no longer needs to start reformatting the code or do it manually.
  • Data from CSS files can be transferred to other files.
  • WebStorm now warns about undefined components of React.
  • Added support for Vuetify in the framework Vue.js.
  • In Node.js, an experimental function of workflows has appeared - they can be used for tasks that heavily load CPUs.

The changes also affected the development environment itself. For example, support for interceptions and pull requests for GitHub. Users have access to a new contrast theme.

In March 2018, version 2018.1 was released. In it, the developers added support for the Prettier code formatting service, as well as compact pop-up notifications with documentation for all supported languages

Tiobe February 2019 Index Released

Groove language is in top 20 again; it's popularity increased due to Gradle; Java is 1st
11 February 2019   281

In February, search engine statistics showed that the dynamically typed Groovy language is gaining popularity again. As analysts of TIOBE noted, it was already in the top twenty of the TIOBE index in 2016 on the wave of interest in the Jenkins system for continuous integration. Now it is pushed forward by the Gradle assembly automation system.

TIOBE Februry 2019 Index
TIOBE Februry 2019 Index

More analysts noticed that the language Hack this month entered the top 50, and TypeScript left it (in their opinion, temporarily). Since February last year, Python and C ++ swapped places, and again topped the list with Java and C.