WebStorm JavaScripting & Noding Workflow Webinar Recording

Today the JetBrains team wrapping up final processing for my webinar from last week. You can check out the webinar via their JetBrains Youtube Channel:

JavaScriptFor even more information be sure to check out the questions and answers on the JetBrain WebStorm IDE blog entry. Some of the questions include:

  • Q: How to enable Node.js support in PhpStorm (PyCharm, IntelliJ IDEA, RubyMine)?
  • Q:How to enable autocompletion for Express, Mocha and other libraries?
  • Q: Is it possible to debug a Node.js application that runs remotely? Is it possible to debug when your node and the rest of the dependencies (database, etc.) are running in a VM environment like Vagrant?
  • Q: Does the debugger support cluster mode?

…and others all here.

10 thoughts on “WebStorm JavaScripting & Noding Workflow Webinar Recording

  1. More my speed than books, I learn by osmosis, this is excellent.

    BTW, if you are not busy the week of 3/25-28.. 🙂

    Pretty sure Peter, also the organizer behind SV Code Camp, would love to have you repeat over 1 or 2 days. I can be your TA.

    1. Looking at that and some other conferences coming up. I’m just now getting into a position where I might be able to jump into the speaking circuit again since I’m getting the Deconstructed.io work into a solid place. I’ve been heads down learning and coding for a couple months. 🙂

      1. Peter here, node is killer. Might be hard to pull a crowd so late but we do have the space and who knows

  2. I’ve always wanted to have nodejs but never got it together. not sure we have enough time left, but if it could work out, I’d be up for it. we have the space. Signups have not been easy.

    1. Learning how to enable Node.js support in PhpStorm (PyCharm, IntelliJ IDEA, RubyMine) and Microsoft asp.net apps. I’d figure lots of demand from the SVCC.

      Happy to organize a 3-way (hah, you know what I mean)

      1. LOLz. Yer cracking me up Clive!

        Hey Paul, Clive,

        A little late this year for me, but I definitely plan to be more actively involved in the coming year for the next Silicon Valley Code Camp and also, prospectively in some of the other efforts you’ve been moving forward with regarding training Paul. I’ll give you a ping later this year and maybe we can start lining some things up?


  3. Best relationship I’ve had (is w/JetBrains*). Webstorm is like a hot babysitter: pretty and useful.

    Plug-in exposure seems to be their M.O. Who has time to try them all? You do? And you distill your hours as how-tos for multiple libraries? Yes please. (NodeJS!!)

    *You showed me JetBrains (Resharper) in 2004. Pretty sure I need it more than sleep. Resharper causes a situation at work, either fun or painful: coding side-by-side with a dev who doesn’t use it.

    1. Oh dear lordy, those that don’t use it and those that do… makes life soooooo slow when one doesn’t know the tools. Hope the pair is interested in learning it, then eventually it works out and then there are two fans of ReSharper! 🙂

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