Overall Satisfaction with IntelliJ WebStorm
Currently, we are using this in our development department. It really increases our development time with its integration with all of the services that we use, from code control to build processes. We use it for the development of internal and client-facing sites and files, and it works well with every environment that we throw at it. It helps us all to be on the same page by using the same IDE but is customizable enough for user preferences so each developer still has their own workspace.
- Unified developer experience.
- Allowed closer integration with other tools.
Great support through JetBrain's site and ticketing system, but sometimes requested features take quite a while to be implemented.
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Did WebStorm live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of WebStorm go as expected?
Would you buy WebStorm again?
IntelliJ WebStorm is well suited towards web development of all kinds, but its sister products are probably slightly better for development of web sites based in Java/PHP/etc, although plugins may be able to achieve this in WebStorm. It's not as well suited to command line or compiled program scenarios - those are better to use JetBrain's other products, which are very similar.